Not In Our Town Princeton


Titus Kaphar, Award-Winning Painter and Sculpture, November 16, 2018

An evening with award-winning painter and sculpture, Titus Kaphar, Friday, November 16, 2018, 6:00 to 7:30 PM, Princeton University, Carl Fields Center (Room 104), 58 Prospect Ave., Princeton Using art as a language, Kaphar speaks to the most vital discussions happening…

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“Committed to Memory: The Art of the Slave Ship Icon,” September 16, 2018

On Sunday, September 16 at 2 pm at the Princeton Public Library, author and professor Cheryl Finley discusses her book, “Committed to Memory: The Art of the Slave Ship Icon.” From the Princeton University Press web site: “One of the…

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Can Art Museums Help Illuminate Early American Connections To Slavery?

Sarah E. Bond answers “Yes” to the question about the role of art museums vis a vis the history of slavery in the United States.  Describing efforts in a number of museums, including the Princeton University Art Museum, Bond “explor[es]…

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Princeton University Honors Diverse Community Members

Princeton University announced plans to honor graduates, faculty, and formerly enslaved persons associated with the school.  They will name “a publicly accessible garden between Firestone Library and Nassau Street for Betsey Stockton and the easternmost arch in East Pyne Hall…

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First Annual Allison Vandal UPstander Challenge

Kidsbridge invites youth in grades 3-8 in New Jersey to participate in the First Annual Allison Vandal UPstander Challenge. What is this, you ask? To honor the memory of Allison Vandal, a very creative and giving teen who left us…

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