The Arts Council’s Campaign
for the
Future
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The goal of the Arts Council’s “5 in 5” Campaign is to raise $5 million in 5 years.  By donating to “5 in 5,” you support important capacity-building for the Arts Council and the establishment of an Endowment Fund for future programming at the Robeson Center for the Arts.

Please consider making a 5-year pledge,
a donation in someone’s memory or honor, or contributing securities.  There are a number of prominent naming opportunities available in our building, and among our many programs. For more information about these options, please contact Andrea Honoré at (609) 924-8777 or email ahonore@artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Throughout the year we will be holding mission-related events to benefit
the “5 in 5” Campaign.

5 in 5
Events

Stand your ground in
the artistic life of
this community by
attending a high
quality event
in support of the
Arts Council’s
Campaign for
the Future.

Unable to attend any of
these events but would
like to donate to the
5 in 5 Campaign
for the Future?

 

 


 

Past Events


Saturday, June 5, 2010  |  solley theater
An Evening of Five Sets: Live Music
Jeff Nathanson, on the occasion of his 5th anniversary as the Executive Director of the Arts Council of Princeton, is celebrating by getting away from his desk to play some music. He will be performing on electric and acoustic guitar and has invited some of his favorite musicians to join him. The 5 Sets concert will feature five groups playing five songs each. The featured performers include: the Rocky Hill Ramblers, the Jeff Nathanson Trio, Minister William Carter, members of the Klez Dispensers, and Haute Dawg. The range of musical styles for the evening will be diverse, from folk, country and rock, to gospel, jazz, and klezmer.


Saturday, may 22, 2010  |   private homes and mediterra
Curated Princeton: Private Art/Public Eye
Explore exceptional art in the private homes of:
Toni Besselaar, 19th Century Dutch Oils
Judith K. Brodsky and Michael Curtis, Contemporary Works on Paper
Carol Hanson, Artist’s Studio and Private Collection
Weezie and Launny Steffens, Fine Art Photography

saturday, February 20, 2010   |  Robeson Center
I Got Sick Then I Got Better  A one-woman play by writer/actress Jenny Allen about her battle with ovarian cancer. The New York Times writes, “‘I Got Sick’ presents the one-person show as an alternative (for the talented show-off, anyway) to therapists and support groups: a way to make sense of the inexplicable and to reconnect with a human world that seems to be receding all the time.” Read the full review.
tuesday, January 12, 2010   |  Richardson Auditorium
Wintermezzo  A concert in celebration of William H. Scheide’s 96th Birthday. Featuring the Wiener KammerOrchester (Vienna Chamber Orchestra), conducted by Maestro Mark Laycock with pianist George-Emmanuel Lazaridis, in a program of Mozart and Schubert.  Sponsors

Wednesday, December 16, 2009  |  Robeson Center
Illusion  Executive producer James C. E. Burke's screening of the 2004 film, featured the final film appearance of 87-year old Kirk Douglas and a stunning turn by writer/director/actor Michael Goorjian. (see entitledentertainment).