The Arts Council of Princeton is pleased to announce the return of
Sauce for the Goose, its annual holiday arts and crafts sale, from December 6-21, at the Paul Robeson Center’s
Taplin Gallery. This year’s sale is bigger than ever, featuring
more than 30 local artists and artisans.
The sale features a mix of fine art and functional crafts, including
paintings, drawings, functional and decorative ceramics, art glass,
holiday ornaments, greeting cards, photography, jewelry, hand knit
fashions, felted and beaded work, and more.
The Arts Council will also offer a special members-only discount. All
members will receive 10% off their total purchase throughout the entire
duration of the sale. Still not a member but want to take advantage
of the many perks? Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Arts
Council can purchase a membership and receive their 10% discount immediately.
“Sauce for the Goose not only makes it possible for Princeton residents
to find hand-made arts and crafts objects; it also supports local artists by
providing them a valuable outlet for their work,” says Maria Evans, Community
Arts Manager, who also organizes the annual sale.
Sauce for the Goose was born seventeen years ago as an invitational sale lasting
only a couple of days, featuring work by Arts Council ceramics students, and
it expanded over the years. The Arts Council’s sale, which takes its name
from an old nursery rhyme – “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce
for the gander” – provides important income for local artists during the
holiday season, while it also raises funds to support the Arts Council’s