NIOT Princeton

Category: Exhibit


Reconstructed History, October 11 – November 25, 2017

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Reconstructed History (Taplin Gallery). Curated by Amy Brummer, Reconstructed History features work by artists Wendel White (Schools for the Colored Series), Annie Hogan (photographs of buildings at the Berkeley Plantation in Virginia fuse the…

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Latin Heritage Artist Exhibit to be held at Hopewell Valley Vineyards

Local artist C.a. Shofed and Hopewell Valley Vineyards have partnered again — this time to bring the first “Latin Heritage Artist Exhibit” to the Mercer County area. The exhibit will open on Thursday, September 14 and run through September 26,…

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Building Community: Continuing Conversations and Safe Streets

US Black Women and Disposability Please join us on Monday August 7th at 6pm (non-standard time!) for our annual “Summer Social” at the Princeton Public Library. We’ll have light refreshments and an opportunity for informal conversation, followed by our Continuing Conversations on Race and…

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Woman turns home into museum after getting sick of black women being ignored by the art world

“For years Vashti Dubois was sick of not seeing any images of black girls or women in museums and art galleries, so three years ago she decided to do something about it. The 56-year-old turned her house into The Colored…

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Focusing on the Hidden Horror of American Lynchings

Oliver Clasper, a London-born photographer and journalist, . . .  has set out to provoke a conversation with a project he calls The Spaces We Inherit. In photographs and interviews, he is documenting historic sites where African Americans were terrorized…

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