This interactive exhibit will feature index cards on which residents have jotted down favorite memories – of their hometowns, or of interesting Plainsboro experiences. Some memories will have multiple authors, as several people comment on the same event. Predictions and wishes for Plainsboro’s future may also be included; and patrons may pose questions about the [...]
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April 6 - May 1, 2019 “Fly Gumji” at the Plainsboro Library Gallery’s April exhibit! Inspired by her beloved pet, Gumji, artist Sunghye Cho depicts an adorable character that travels the world in these detailed, fun, and humorous digital illustrations. From Manhattan to Sapporo and Chamonix, the viewer is treated to whimsical urban scenes throughout [...]
The Council for Art Education (CFAE) administers Youth Art Month in March. In recognition, the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district organizes an exhibit of students' artwork (K-12). This art will be on display in the Plainsboro Library Gallery, The West Windsor Library, and the Plainsboro Township Recreation Center. It will run through most of the month of [...]
Watercolors of the Forbidden City and Portraits of Seniors in the Xinjiang Uyghur Region by artist Jun Zhan Plainsboro Library is pleased to host an exhibit by accomplished artist Jun Zhan. His large format and exquisitely detailed watercolors depict scenes of the Forbidden City in Beijing and portraits of seniors from the Xinjiang Uygur [...]
"Persistence": An exhibit by members of the Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) January 5 – 30, 2019 “ ‘Persistence’ features work by regional artists who demonstrate persistence despite what are commonly perceived as obstacles: age, illness, and physical and neurological problems. In addition to providing a venue for artists to come together and share work, [...]
White-line Woodblock Prints by Ingrid Davis December 1, 2018 - January 2, 2019 Ingrid Davis’ white-line woodblock prints are featured in a December exhibit at Plainsboro Library Gallery. This type of multi-colored print is made from one woodblock, with carved “white” lines separating the individual colored areas. Davis’ landscapes and still life prints are soft [...]
Plainsboro Public Library – January 2019 – The Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) will present the exhibition “Persistence” at the Plainsboro Public Library. According to the show’s curator, Byron Aubrey, “ ‘Persistence’ features work by regional artists who demonstrate persistence despite what are commonly perceived as obstacles: age, illness, and physical and neurological problems. In [...]
Exhibit of Traditional Indian Painting and Marathi and English Calligraphy by Leena and Shekhar Bagawde October 27 – November 28, 2018 Art Reception: Sunday, November 4, 2 – 4 pm The Plainsboro Library welcomes Plainsboro artists Leena Thakar-Bagawde, and Shekhar P. Bagawde with their exhibit of traditional Indian painting and Marathi and English calligraphy. Executed [...]
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSAL PLAINSBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY Library Board Attorney 2019 Respond by: 11:00 a.m. – November 29, 2018 Proposals received after such time and date will be returned unopened. Respond to: Maryann Ralph [...]
Plainsboro Public Library – December 2018 – Ingrid Davis’ white-line woodblock prints are featured in a December exhibit at Plainsboro Library Gallery. This type of multi-colored print is made from one woodblock, with carved “white” lines separating the individual colored areas. Davis’ landscapes and still life prints are soft and vibrant; and the relatively simple [...]