Monthly Archives: September 2012

Call of the Wild

With its stained glass windows and vaulting nave, the Princeton University Chapel is just the kind of space six-time Grammy winners the Paul Winter Consort love to perform in. Winter calls the acoustics there “magical.” The Consort will fill the … Continue reading

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Botannical Adventures

In an episode of The Colbert Report in late July, American artist Jeff Koons told his host why he likes art. “I like the way it makes me feel,” he said. “Art is about you, the viewer.” The art object … Continue reading

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Better in Groups

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Princeton has its share of artist groups – the Princeton Artists Alliance and Movis are just two that meet, critique and exhibit together. Now add Art+10 to the mix. These 10 artists will exhibit A Slice of Life: Paintings & … Continue reading

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Memory of Here, Memory of There

Memory of Here, Memory of There: Fertile Crescent Dialogues, at the West Windsor Arts Center September 2 through October 12 with a reception for the artists September 8, 6 to 8 pm, includes the artwork of six women who have … Continue reading

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Fertile Crescent Challenges Stereotypes of Middle Eastern Women

On a midsummer day, Ferris Olin and Judy Brodsky sit on Brodsky’s Princeton deck, surrounded by hydrangeas that have just opened their enormous white blooms. The co-founders and co-directors of the Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers are updating … Continue reading

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