Not In Our Town Princeton


Art Against Racism. Call for Submissions.

Art Against Racism seeks submissions from individual artists and community groups in the United States and around the world for Memorial.Monument.Movement, an online exhibition of Black Lives Matter-inspired art made after the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and too…

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400 Hours. $500: The Diary Project

Public response to the George Floyd murder brings the death of Latasha Harlins to mind for artist Laura Park.  Latasha was shot and killed by shopkeeper Soon Ja Du, who assumed the 15-year-old was stealing a bottle of orange juice. …

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If These Quilts Could Talk; Curators’ Talk

Diane Ciccone and Jane Malloy of the Trenton Museum Society discuss selected quilts as well as the selection process for the 2020 exhibition “If These Quilts Could Talk”, which opened in January 2020. With an array of quilts by members…

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Princeton Summer Theatre Book Club 2020: Black Voices in Theatre

Dear Princeton Summer Theater community, In our continued commitment to fostering diversity and anti-racism in our community, we are starting a virtual book club focusing on Black playwrights, entitled “Black Voices in Theatre.” Each book club meeting will be have…

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In Conversation with Mario Moore and James Steward, July 7, 2020

Virtual Artist Talk In Conversation with Mario Moore and James Steward July 7, 7-8:30pm This talk is held in collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum. Mario Moore will be in conversation with James Steward,  Museum Director, with introductions by…

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