New York Avenue in Trenton becomes “Wall Street” for the day when the walls of TerraCycle Inc. become blank canvases for scores of artists participating in one of Trenton’s signature summer events — the Jersey Fresh Jam.
On view through September 4, the exhibition exploring the crafting of beads in North America was something sparkling in the curator’s mind for some time.
Anna Neis, an artist and educator, is on a mission to revive classical traditions of teaching art and help young artists pursue their passions for art in college and beyond.
Paul Henry Ramirez’s installation, “Rattle” is at Grounds For Sculpture through the end of the year.
The Early Childhood Music Program at Westminster Conservatory is hosting an information meeting on Wednesday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m.
It’s the Trenton musical deal of the season: a 10-part series of musical performances featuring hot national acts and some of the strongest performers from the capital city region — all for free.
The 25 feet wide and 15 feet tall work by New Jersey artist Illia Barger painstakingly captures scenes from one of Trenton’s most historic moments: George Washington’s first battle with Hessian soldiers on December 26, 1776, the morning after the historic crossing of the Delaware River.
Take a trip under the sea with Disney’s The Little Mermaid as it makes its debut at the Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre beginning Friday, July 8.
The Yardley Players present “Willy Wonka,” a musical based on the famed Roald Dahl book, at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre.
Operatic mezzo soprano Jessica Renfro and pianist Lynda Saponara have joined forces to present “American Heart: A Benefit for Child Refugees in Syria.”