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Local filmmaker Ilene Dube explores history of Roosevelt, N.J. in new documentary

Filmmaker Ilene Dube's newest film “Generations of Artists: Roosevelt, NJ" premiered during the New Jersey International Film Festival at Rutgers in New Brunswick.

Works by mixed media artist on exhibit at Plainsboro Library

Monroe artist Thelma Fried, who transforms ordinary papers and found objects into stunning images, will show her mixed media works at the Plainsboro Library Gallery through July 26.

‘Bonnie & Clyde’ brings adventure to Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre

Love, adventure and crime will take over the Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre when Bonnie & Clyde hits the stage from July 7 to July 16.

Inside potter Elisa Hirvonen’s ‘little world’

Away from the distractions of downtown Princeton, Elisa “El” Hirvonen makes her artwork and tends her garden.

Trenton sound alive and strong in Levitt music festival

It’s fitting that legendary longtime Trenton blues singer Paul Plumeri is part of the Levitt series August 3 concert.

Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series back with new site, night, and sounds

The free Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series returns with a 10-week concert series featuring a combination of national and regional artists.

Ewing High School teacher is town hall artist of the month

The Ewing Art Commission and Art Has No Boundaries will feature works by painter Renee Pelletier Egan at town hall during in July.

West Windsor Arts Council combines wine and sculpture in upcoming program

Pouring wine and pouring metal for sculpture casting couldn't be more different, but the West Windsor Arts Council will combine the two on Saturday, June 24.

‘Beloved Trenton’ exhibit explores a different side of the city

The Gallery at JKC, Mercer County Community College’s exhibit space, is hosting an exhibit that provides a different artistic take on Trenton.

A Princeton artist at the intersection of bravery and creativity

Princeton-based artist Meredith Remz has an exhibit on view at Small World Coffee’s Witherspoon Street cafe through early June.

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