Princeton artist Cynthia Groya announces the closing reception for 150 Years After The Civil War: A Contemporary Perspective, an exhibition of Groya’s paintings that express a conversation about the struggle for equal rights in our culture. Attendees can expect to meet Groya at the reception on Thursday, March 3 from 5-7pm in the Garden Room at the Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ. (609) 924-0580. To learn more about Cynthia Groya, visit www.cynthiagroya.com.
Photo Caption: Groya’s Unfinished Work references “Reconstruction” and specifically Lincoln’s line from the Gettysburg Address admonishing us to do the “unfinished work” of bringing the union together. Hard work. Unfinished.