Plainsboro artist Liz Adams, who established the Plainsboro Library’s artist-in-residence program three years ago, will return to the library to begin a new residency program on artist books.
With the Pegasus Theatre Project, which is Peter Bisgaier's second real try at starting and running a lasting theater company, he believes that everyone has taken the time to do it right.
Robert Bullington might be three decades younger than Frederick Olessi, but their bond is much closer than their age difference.
Eliza Wirkijowski, a Lawrence High School student, performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City two years in a row.
People tend to imagine retirement as a time to relax. Bill and Helene Plank, though, envisioned it as an opportunity to fulfill their dreams.
Five Ewing High School students from Taylor Hughes’ Ceramics 1 class have their sculptures on display at Artworks Trenton through April 25, as part of the Mercer County Youth Art Month Exhibition.
Mercer County Community College’s downtown Trenton Hall — located at 137 North Broad Street and across from the James Kerney Campus — officially opens as a downtown arts center on Wednesday, April 12.
In the sculptures of Charles McCollough, art, religion and politics combine in a surprising way.
The space that was once the heart of Trenton’s industrial power is now the furnace of Trenton’s emerging art industry.
It’s a coming of age story set against a backdrop of racism and small town secrets. Theater to Go will present "To Kill a Mockingbird" at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre this month.