Arts Council of Princeton
Annual Report for the
Fiscal Year 2011/12
7/1/11 – 6/30/12
COVER: Continuum, 2012, concept drawing by Illia Barger, 2012 Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence,
for public mural on the Terra Momo Bread Company wall, corner of Witherspoon and Paul Robeson Place. Illia is an acclaimed painter of large scale works and murals and owner/designer of Pantaluna, a line of creative, upcycled clothing.
Continuum commemorates three collaborative temporary public art installations located in empty lots on Paul Robeson Place from 2002-2009. Herban Garden, Terra Momo's produce garden, was created by landscape designer Peter Soderman. It became the inspiration for two subsequent public sculpture gardens: Writer's Block and Quark Park, conceptualized by Kevin Wilkes, AIA, Peter Soderman and Alan Goodheart, ASLA.
We wish to thank Terra Momo Bread Company and the Residences at Palmer Square for partnering with us on this important public art project. We'd also like to thank the following lead sponsors: Timothy M. Andrews Barbara & Jamie Majeski Meredith Asplundh & Timothy Gardner Sherry MacLean Maurer Leigh & John Bartlett M.O.D. Construction Cindy & Frits Besselaar Carrie & John Pallat Callaway Henderson Sotheby's Int'l Realty Suzanne & Charles Plambeck Emily & Johan Firmenich Princeton University and Andrea & Bo Honoré Princeton University Art Museum Joyce & Marc Johnson Tricia & Norman Rosenthal Taylor Photographics Leslie & Chris Kuenne

Thank you for the opportunity to serve the Arts Council of Princeton as board president. Since 2007, I have enjoyed being part of the Arts Council through my volunteer efforts, from Pinot to Picasso to Dining by Design and Curated Princeton Art Tours. I am thrilled to continue my work with fellow volunteers, board, and staff in this new capacity and look forward to bolstering our mission of "building community through the arts." What I most admire about the Arts Council is its unfailing drive to serve our entire community. Through free community outreach programming for seniors and at-risk youth, and the use of scholarships for fee-based classes, the Arts Council works to ensure that first-rate, professional arts education is acces-sible to everyone in Princeton and the greater region. Over the last year alone, the Arts Council provided over 250 free, professional arts education and enrichment classes for at-risk and homeless youth. To ensure all community members are well-served, the Arts Council continues productive collaborations with other non-profits in the region, such as HomeFront of Trenton, the Princeton Nursery School, the Princeton Public Library, the Princeton Public Schools, and the Princeton Young Achievers. Thanks to an army of volunteers, committed faculty and staff, an engaged board, and generous com-munity support, the Arts Council is able to provide many free community events, including our largest annual cultural event, Communiversity Festival of the Arts, which draws crowds of up to 40,000 every spring. The gallery, theater, and studios are able to provide broad access to the public for year-round exhibitions, performances, and professionally led classes by artist-instructors. And the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is open 6 days and 5 nights per week.
Wonderful things happen in our town thanks to the work of the Arts Council and the community it engages. If you're reading this Annual Report because you are a donor, volunteer, or community partner, you have my sincere appreciation for your generosity. If you haven't yet gotten involved, I hope you will take a moment to read the following pages and consider asking yourself, "What will I build today?" President, Board of Trustees ARTS COUNCIL OF PRINCETON Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street Princeton, NJ

Thank you for helping to make this past year a resounding success. In the following pages you'll learn more about the vibrant programs of the Arts Council, but I want to first express my appreciation, admiration, and respect for the staff, faculty, board, and volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure that Princeton and the greater region have access to the highest-quality multidisciplinary community arts programming in the state.
If you're new to the Arts Council, here is a snapshot of what we do. Founded in 1967, we work to foster creative lives and lasting connections in the community in three major ways: 1) by providing multidisciplinary studio-based arts education to students of all ages, income levels, and abilities; 2) by presenting a vibrant year-round calendar of free arts-related events in the community; and 3) by operating a fully-equipped arts center which provides a platform for hundreds of visual, literary, and performing artists each year to connect with audiences from the greater Princeton region and beyond. For specifics on what this all means, I hope you'll enjoy reading the pages that follow.
Finally, I'd like to share the illuminating results from a year-long survey on the economic impact of the arts. Based on a national initiative organized by Americans for the Arts (AFTA), Princeton was selected as one of the 182 regions studied for the 2011 Arts and Economic Impact Study IV. The Arts Council spearheaded this regional study with funding provided by Princeton University and support from the Princeton Chamber of Commerce. Data captured from 16 eligible Princeton non-profit arts and cultural organizations and more than 800 attendees of arts and cultural events demonstrate that the arts are a major economic force with undeniable local impact. Key findings revealed that the Non-Profit Arts and Culture Industry in Princeton: generated over $51 million in economic activity last year; supported 2,097 full time equivalent jobs; and delivered $5.6 million in local and state revenue (in taxes and fees). These results are remarkable, especially given that the median revenue generated for a study region with a population less than 50,000 (such as Princeton) was just over $9 million. AFTA President Robert Lynch pointed out that this study sends a clear message that leaders who care about community and economic development can feel good about choosing to invest in the arts. Thank you again to everyone who has contributed time, talent, and funds to ensure that the Arts Council of Princeton continues to make the arts accessible for everyone.
Executive Director

50,000 participants in ACP programs
and events 41 5 studio arts classes for children and
adults 97scholarships awarded 95 teaching artists on
faculty 10 8 new classes this past year 2,7 1 0 students
1,032 summer campers 26exhibitions 1200Hallow-
een paraders 25 0 + children and seniors served in our outreach

programs 5, 2 0 6 volunteer hours logged 3, 5 0 8 current
members 15 0 0 + donors 40 ,0 0 0+ Communi-
versity attendees 90 0 fundraiser attendees 32 5
contributing artists 8,000+ email subscribers
1,700+ Facebook Friends

Arts education is at the heart of our mission, and our efforts were recognized in 2011 with the NJ State Governor's Award for Excellence in Arts Education. We were also selected in 2012 as one of the most popular arts education programs in the state by the Discover Jersey Arts People's Choice Awards. During the past year, a faculty of 95 professional artist-instructors led thousands of students of all ages and abilities through a year-round calendar of studio-based classes, camps and workshops. In addition to our core offerings for children, teens and adults in Drawing & Painting, Darkroom & Digital Photography and Ceramics & Sculpture, we continuously develop innovative programs to introduce new faculty and explore a range of varied media. Each semester presents a line-up that promises something for everyone. Our highly regarded faculty members have impressive credentials in terms of professional training, experience and exhibitions – on regional, national, and international bases. Their dedication and commitment are cornerstones of the quality programs we offer. Nearly $17,000 in scholarships awarded in 2011/12 helped to keep our classes accessible to the entire community. (See page 17 for Educational Collaborations program highlights.) We thank all of our generous scholarship funders for their support of the ACP Scholarship and Outreach Fund in 2011/12, with special appreciation to: The Bank of Princeton Annie & Craig Battle Church Women United Princeton
Charles Evans Foundation Deborah Pearlstein & Chris Chyba Renee Cuneo
Victoria David-Thune Mary Doyno Kirsten & Jonathan Haley J. Seward Johnson
Charitable Trust Littlebrook School's Joe Fund Colleen McKee & Family
Carly Meyer Suzanne & Charles Plambeck Rinehart Family Michael Southall
Waxwood Fund Jane & Joseph Weber Worldwide Small Change Foundation in
memory of Stephanie Anne Dixon Mr. & Mrs. Morton Zachter
To learn more, please look under CLASSES at

FREE COMMUNITY OUTREACH ACP free outreach programming is geared toward at-risk youth, low-income seniors, and other
hard-to-reach audiences in our community. Through all of our outreach programs, the Arts
Council provides high quality, recurrent, subsidized arts programming to Mercer County
residents who would not otherwise receive the benefits of that experience. ArtsExchange
is a weekly program that provides arts instruction and a hot meal to our area's homeless
children throughout the year, in partnership with HomeFront of Trenton. ArtReach and
Creative Fridays
are enrichment programs for low-income students, which provide
after-school arts education in Princeton's learning centers, organized in partnership
with Princeton Young Achievers (PYA) and the Princeton Nursery School (PNS).
Our newest initiative, Creative Aging/Arts and Healthcare, focuses on the
delivery of free weekly arts instruction by professional artists to low-income
seniors in our community, and to family and professional caregivers.
We thank the following funders for their support of Outreach Programming in 2011/12: Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund Concordia Foundation Horizon
Foundation, Inc. Horizon Foundation of New Jersey J. Seward Johnson, Sr. 1963
Charitable Trust Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Mary Owen Borden Foundation
Migedan Foundation NJ State Council on the Arts Olives PNC Bank
Foundation Target Terra Momo Bread Company Tyco International
University Medical Center of Princeton Whole Earth Center
ACP Fundraising Events
To learn more, please look under COMMUNITY
OUTREACH on our website.

COMMUNIVERSITY Festival of the Arts
& Princeton Arts Weekend Communiversity Festival of the Arts is our largest event of the year. The 2012 Communiversity Festival of the Arts featured more than Organized by the Arts Council and the Students of Princeton 200 artists, crafters, and merchants from around the tri-state area; University, Communiversity is one of Central New Jersey's largest continuous live entertainment on five stages; children's activities and most well-known events. This past year's celebration took and games; a wide array of delicious food from around the globe; place on Saturday, April 28, 2012, from Noon to 5:00 p.m.
and a broad representation of the many businesses and non-profit The event originated as "The Art People's Party" on the lawn of organizations that play a prominent role in the vibrant life of the Nassau Hall in 1970. Later renamed Communiversity to capture the Princeton community.
Town-Gown spirit of the event, the popular arts festival now takes In addition, Communiversity also serves as the anchor event place in downtown Princeton on Nassau and Witherspoon Streets, for Princeton Arts Weekend. Presented in co operation with the in Palmer Square (on the Green), and throughout the University Princeton Area Arts and Culture Consortium, the entire weekend of campus. It has grown to attract more than 40,000 visitors to arts and cultural activities is meant to encourage the public to take Princeton each spring. ∆28 advantage of the many arts events offered throughout the weekend, including the Arts Council's own spring benefit, Pinot to Picasso.
For a complete list of performers and sponsors for Communiversity 2012, look under PAST EVENTS on our website.
Throughout the year, we organize free cultural
events that bring families and individuals together
to celebrate community and cultural diversity
through the arts. Working in collaboration with
other community organizations such as the
Princeton Public Library, KidsBridge, and the
Historical Society of Princeton, events this past
year included: the Hometown Halloween
Parade; El Día de los Muertos (Day of the
Dead); Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Black
History Month; Paul Robeson's Birthday,
our Free Fall Open House.
The Arts Council organizes free events for teens
under the banner What's Up Princeton in
collaboration with the Library, HiTops, Corner
House, and the Princeton Recreation Department.
2011/12 events included Teen Open Mic Night,
Movie Night and Battle of the Bands.

The ACP presented 26 exhibitions that included over 300 artists in 2011/12. A primary goal of ACP exhibitions is to support the work of local and regional The Arts Council's Anne Reeves Artists-In-Resi- artists, and the majority of our exhibit- dence program provides opportunities for artists ing artists work and live in the greater in all media to create or complete new works Princeton region. Eleven exhibitions and encourages them to engage the community were presented in the Taplin Gallery in in their projects. This past year, the ACP sponsored the Robeson Center, including the annual three artists-in-residence: musician Josh Robin-
Membership Exhibition; two on the outdoor son, who ran a two week summer spoken word and
Michael Graves Sculpture Terrace; four in the jazz program for teens called Rhythms & Rhymes with poet second floor "Reference Gallery" of the Princeton Public Lamont Dixon; Ceramic artist TJ Erdahl, whose fall project "The
Library; and nine in various other Robeson Center spaces. Inflexion of Memory" explored African American history in Princeton. A list of all ACP exhibitions is on the exhibition pages of the TJ also ran workshops for children and exhibited in our Day of the Dead exhibition; and Illia Barger painted a mural on the wall of the
The ACP received Discover Jersey Arts' Peoples Choice Award for Terra Momo Bread Company that commemorates three temporary Favorite Art Gallery in 2012 .
site specific sculpture gardens: Herban Garden, Writer's Block, and Quark Park (see front cover). Funding for exhibitions and related programming during the year was supported by the NJ State Council on the Arts, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Educational Ventures/Robert and Lynn Johnston, Glenmede, Deborah Sands Gartenberg, NRG, Residences at Palmer Square and Target. PERFORMANCES
The 2011/12 performance calendar began with free outdoor summer concerts at the
Princeton Shopping Center Courtyard (eleven concerts) and at Forrestal Village
(six concerts). Highlights of the summer included Alborado Flamenco Dance
Theater, Minister William Carter's Soul and Gospel Extravaganza, Chris
Harford, Swing Sabroso, Jerry Rife's Rhythm King's, the Princeton High School
Jazz Ensemble, Sandy Zio
and many more. A wide variety of concert, film, and
theater events continued through the year at the Robeson Center including Café
monthly open mic evenings, Sarah Donner's Indie Music Nights, Behind
the Music with the Princeton Symphony, Teen Open Mic Night,
a range of folk,
jazz, classical and blues concerts including Anthony Branker, SIMA Trio, Steve
Hudson and Avi Wisnia
. Theater presentations included Chimera Productions
and our annual Community Play (see page 21).
ACP performance programming during the year was supported in part by Bloomberg LP, the Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation, the E.T. Cone Foundation, the Pheasant Hill Foundation, and the NJ State Council on the Arts. FUNDRAISING EVENTS The Arts Council ACP fundraising events have art of Princeton holds related themes and engage local two annual fundraising artists as donors and guests of honor. events, Dining by Design in
The popularity of the events  reflects the the fall and Pinot to Picasso in
creativity, passion and commitment of members of the spring. Dining by Design, held our Circle of Friends and Board of Trustees and Staff.
on November 5, 2011, hosted close Top: Guests enjoy the festivities at the "Dining by to 400 people and raised over Design: It's a Wrap" gala reception on Saturday $100,000  for Community Outreach November 5, 2011 at Johnson & Johnson Consumer programs to benefit at-risk youth and Products Companies. seniors. Over 500 people attended Pinot to Picasso on April 27th, 2012. The Bottom: ACP Founding Director, Anne Reeves and current event raised over $ 82,000 for the Anne Reeves Board President, Cindi Venizelos share a hug at "Pinot to Artist-in-Residence Program and Community Arts Initiatives.
Picasso: Vintage 2012" on Friday, April 27, 2012 at The Technology Center of Princeton. For a complete list of hosts, artist-participants and sponsors for Dining by Design 2011 and Pinot to Picasso 2012, look
under PAST EVENTS on our website:

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS The ACP thanks the volunteer members of the Circle of Friends for their talent and hours of dedicated support in producing our outstanding FUNdraising events. *2011-12 EVENT CHAIRS Christina Rowntree Sophie André-DuFour Gabrielle Shamsey* Maureen Westerman Julie Sullivan-Crowley Kathleen Preziosi Isabella de la Housseye Kimberly Kaye Fried Elizabeth Friedman ANNUAL MEETING and our VOLUNTEERS On June 14, 2012, our Annual Membership and Awards Meeting We couldn't keep our doors open six days a week without the help provided us with the opportunity to elect new and renewing trust- of our fabulous volunteers! We think it's worth repeating that in ees (see list on inside back cover) and recognize individuals and 2011-12, our volunteers donated 5,206 hours of their time to organizations for their generosity. Pride of the Arts Council Awards answering phones, greeting the public, assisting in classrooms, went to Princeton University Art Museum & James C. Steward, and helping out at special events like Day of the Dead and Olives & Adam Angelakis, Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund & Communiversity. Want to add your name to this list? Contact Jim Levine, Ruth Councel , Aqiyla Muhammad, Pamela Wel s, Betsy Julie Sul ivan-Crowley at (609) 924-8777, ext. 102, or Riley, Judy Kennerk, Morris Bel amy, and Valeria Torres-Olivares.
jsul [email protected] to learn more about volunteering for the Arts Council of Princeton.
Jillian Altenburger Gabrielle Fiorillo Veronika Bychkova Jessica Kaganskiy Ashwini Chidirala Veronica Boychenko Lindsey Scott Lui Cheyenne Setneska Carolyn McDonough Christian Nazario Veronica Olivares- Valentina Orostizaga Maria Evans, Artistic Director, presents Valeria Torres-Olivares our Future Arts Leadership Award at the Annual Meeting.
The The Annual Meeting featured an elegant and energetic performance by instructor Uma Kapoor and her Bollywood dance class.
Krithi Vachaspati Charlotte Zaininger Shwetha Venkatesh Oscar Torres-Reyna The Arts Council presented a free lecture and opening reception for the special exhibition "Arnold Roth: A Selection of Work from Area Collections" on March 24, 2012. Roth, who lived in Princeton from 1963-1984, shared a selection of his illustrated works and signed copies of his books. Originals of Roth's work, from the New Yorker, The New York Times, Esquire, and more, were on view (March 24 – April 7) and were borrowed from Princeton area collectors. Support for the exhibition came from Mary Cross, Fleury Mackie and Carl Reimers. FINANCESGeneral Operating. The following charts detail general operating sources of income and expense by category, as well as the past three years of budget growth.
Programs & Events Fundraising Events Corporate Sponsors State Government Investment Income Community Arts & Events Exhibitions & Performing Arts Fundraising, Development THREE-YEAR OPERATING COMPARISON 2009-2012
Revenue $1,134,127 Revenue $1,206,044 Revenue $1,390,009 Expenses $1,093,865 Expenses $1,156,242 Expenses $1,346,019 Net $40,262
Net $49,802
Net $43,990
The Arts Council of Princeton receives support for its operations from a number of sources—individual donations, corporate
donations and sponsorships, government and foundation grants, fundraising events, and membership contributions.
The following list reflects funding for programming and general operations during fiscal year 2011-12. THANK YOU!
Guardian Angel ($25,000 and above)
Micaela de Lignerolles Devotee ($1,000 - 2,500)
The Edward T. Cone Foundation Alex J. Ettl Foundation Timothy M. Andrews Firmenich Charitable Foundation Helena & Peter Bienstock Emily & Johan Firmenich The Bank of Princeton Galbraith Testamentary Trust The Fitzberg Foundation J. Seward Johnson, Sr. 1963 Charitable Trust Cheryl & Richard Goldman The Families of Amy Benjamin and NJ State Council on the Arts Janssen Pharmaceuticals Robert Goldberg Deborah Sands-Gartenberg & Gary Mary Owen Borden Foundation Cindy & Frits Besselaar NJ Cultural Trust Melanie & John Clarke Virtuoso ($15,000 - 24,999)
Jacquie & Woody Phares Pheasant Hill Foundation Tracy & Dan Dart Concordia Foundation Theodore Cross Family Charitable Isabella de la Houssaye & David Crane George H. & Estelle M. Sands Foundation Foundation Trustees Dorothea's House The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Cindi & Bill Venizelos Audrey & David Egger Tyco International Ltd. The F. Helmut & Caroline S. Weymar Lori A. Martin & Christopher L. Eisgruber Fund of the Princeton Area Jennifer & Michael Figge Visionary ($10,000 - 14,999)
Community Foundation Bunny & Marv Goldberg Helen & Martin Chooljian Whole Foods Market Kristin & Jordan Gray Lynn & Robert Johnston Kathy & Jamie Herring Educational Ventures, Inc. Muse ($2,500 - 4,999)
Andrea & Bo Honoré Meredith Asplundh & Timothy Gardner Hopewell Valley Community Bank PNC Bank Foundation and Wealth Kathleen M. & J. Paul Bagley Community Investment Strategies, Inc. Kookie Johnson & Tom Sheeran Mrs. Elizabeth Ettinghausen Margaret K. Johnson Anne VanLent and the Anne VanLent Fund Charles Firmenich Joyce & Marc Johnson of the Princeton Area Community Leslie & Chris Kuenne Kristina Johnson Wells Fargo / Wachovia Foundation Johnson & Johnson Consumer Ann & John McGoldrick Companies, Inc. Impresario ($5,000 - 9,999)
Melanie & Serge Picard Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design LLC Leigh & John Bartlett The Provident Bank Kimberly Kaye Fried & Rob Fried Annie & Craig Battle Princeton University Jessica & Richard Koehler Bristol-Myers Squibb Debbie Schaeffer & Steve Ritzau Casey & Samuel Lambert Callaway Henderson Sotheby's Judy & Bill Scheide Marsha Levin-Rojer & Charles Rojer International Realty The Residences at Palmer Square Michelle & Gabriel Lependorf Charles Evans Foundation Wells Fargo Private Bank Joan L. Mueller & Philip E. Lian Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund Sherry MacLean Maurer Barbara & Christopher Cole Nancy & Duncan MacMillan Colgate Palmolive via United Way Wendy Mager & Eric Monberg Eve Coulson & Nelson Obus Barbara & Jamie Majeski David Mathey Foundation David H. McAlpin, Jr. Charitable Lead Trust Andrea & Chris Mecray Dina & Paul Brewer Ann and Leighton Laughlin Fund of the Jackie & Cy Meisel Center for African American Studies, Princeton Area Community Foundation The Migedan Foundation, Inc. Princeton University Christopher Lenox MJ Sagan Architecture, PC Dina & Stephen Leveson Mortgage Masters, Inc. Maryellen O. McQuade & David Chung Peter Lindenfeld Cindy & Judd Linville Laurie & Andrew Okun Continuum Dynamics Lisa & Kurt Marttila Carrie & John Pallat Meredith & Michael Cook Mr. & Mrs. Lee S. Maschler Arti & Samir Patel Cross Fit Nassau Tamera Matteo & Family Suzanne & Charles Plambeck Jenny & Jon Crumiller Robin & Jon McConaughy Dorothy & Charles Plohn, Jr. Gay & Russ Culin Leah & Brian McDonald Princeton BMW / Princeton Mini D'Angelos Italian Market Jennifer McGahren Princeton University Press Jim & Jean Davidson Fund of the Hella & Scott McVay Professional Service Solution, Inc. Princeton Area Community Foundation Kathie & David Miller Victoria David-Thune Rambling Pines Day Camp Nora & Keil Decker Mortgage Master, Inc. Milena & Michael DeLuca N. F. P. Benefits Group Carol & François Rigolot Neisy Nieto & Jason Schoen Elisa & Richard Rosen Jess & Ted Deutsch Kathleen & Gordie Nye Tricia & Norman Rosenthal Dobson Family Fund of the Anne & Peter O'Neill Daniel N. Sauder, M.D. Princeton Area Community Foundation Pinneo Construction Vivian & Harold Shapiro Maria Dominguez-Momo & Raoul Momo Amy & Schaefer Price Margaret Sieck & Bob Baldwin Liz Hock & Peter Dougherty Princeton Pop Warner Little Scholars Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP John H. Rassweiler Triumph Brewing Company Stephanie & Gert van Manen Martine & Donald Elefson Karen & Archibald Reid Martha & George Vaughn Fund of the Liz Fillo & Chris Coucill Ann & Jerry Reilly Princeton Area Community Foundation Linda & Harold Friedman Trudy Rosato-Simpson & Hon. Theodora and Fong Wei Fund of the Stephanie Chorney & Orlando Fuquen James S. Simpson Princeton Area Community Foundation Julia & Eric Gilbert Christina & David Rowntree Dorothy Williams Glenmede Investment and Wealth Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Sauder Donald and Susan Wilson Fund of the Management and Glenmede Trust Georgette Scarborough Princeton Area Community Foundation Sandra Scarlatella & Kenneth Harlan Winberie's Restaurant & Bar Mary & Randall Hack Ashley & Bill Schofield Hedy Davis Kaye Zankel Charitable Trust Kirsten & Jonathan Haley Nicole Schrader & Dave Barile Hamilton Dental Associates Gabrielle & John Shamsey Happy Health LLC Yamile Slebi & Omar Tellez Benefactor ($500 - 999)
Mathias Hemberger Smith + Manning Design and Branding Lisa & Blake Henry Kate & Steve Somers Deborah & Patrick Agnew Carol & Jim Herring St. Paul's Catholic School Alexander Technique of Princeton Deborah Herrington & Douglas Sawyer Judy & Edwine Stier All Saints Episcopal Church Stacie & Steve Herrup Sophie & François André-DuFour Julie & Brian Sullivan Bank of America Employee Matching Gifts Connie Tell & Jeff Nathanson Twin Chimney, Inc. Elizabeth & David Beers Jerry's Artarama of Princeton Cindy & Irv Urken Marjorie & Gavin Bell Heather & Rob Kisilywicz Wendy & Joe Vasquez Kathleen & Jay Biggins Helene & Russell Kulsrud John E. Vine, M.D. Blue Point Grill Barbara & Robert Landau Anne & Reg Waldeck Susan & Matthew Bowen Waldorf School of Princeton Martha Rinehart & Charles Wampold Elizabeth & Philip Wey Witherspoon Grill Cameron Manning & Tom WrightBrandice & David Wrone   Patron ($250 - 499)
Fay & Herb Abelson
Vivian Allen
Aleta Wolfe & Robert Aresty
Rita Asch
AT&T Foundation
Elizabeth Baughan
Ann Wootton & Morris Bellamy
Lynda Berne
Madeline & Alan Blinder
Scotia MacRae & Dick Blofson
Mic & Joachim Boekelmann
Katherine Taylor & Mark Boulding Jenn Brandt Educational Collaborations Fiscal year 2011/12 marked continuing collaborations with
Judith Brodsky & Michael Curtis community partners in our educational programming. Winter and spring workshops led by Pernilla & James Burke ACP instructors at the Stony Brook–Millstone Watershed Association featured botanical Holland & Rob Burt illustration and nature photography. Spring programs at Morven Museum and Garden Barbara & Tom Byrne included our first ACP Paint Out, as well as a watercolor class and a poetry workshop. We look forward to continuing and growing these wonderful partnerships. Jennifer & Michael Caputo In addition, the ACP hosted the Princeton Ballet School, Art Realization Technologies (A.R.T), Tito Cascieri, Jr. and JW Actors Studio, organizations that presented classes in our Paul Robeson Center as Church Women United, Princeton part of our collaborative outreach.
Louisa & Austin Clayton Francesca Benson & George Cody Wendell Collins Dorothy & Peter Lawson-Johnston Jennifer Connaughton Amy & Rick Granato Courtney Lederer & Mark Thierfelder Emily Croll & Clifford Zink Ilana & Mauricio Gutierrez Liz Lempert & Ken Norman Patti & Eliot Daley Maria & Russ Lindenfeldar Ellie & Craig Deardorff Sarah & Charlie Hatfield Cate & Jim Litvack Amy & John DeLorenzo Lara & Mark Heimann Merrill & Christopher Long Veronique & Joe Devico Jennifer & Matthew Henderson Dr. & Mrs. Marc Malberg Annarie Lyles & Andy Dobson Joan & Reeves Hicks Emily Mann & Gary Mailman Meghan & Ryan Donaldson Honey Perkins Family Foundation, Inc. Jean & Jon Durbin & Family Tamar & Richard Howson Kathleen & Jerry Mandzij Katie & Nick Eastridge Christopher March-Bourdon Beth Ann Behrend & Robert Eaton Eve Ingalls Von Staden Verna & John Matthews Exxon Mobil Foundation Ann Helene Iversen Jill & Paul McArthur Ruth L. & Hans W. Fiuczynski Claire R. & Dr. David P. Jacobus Erin & David Forrey Mary Beth & Mark McDonough Julie Fox & Steve Gates Sarah & Landon Jones Linda & Arthur Meisel Mara & Gaetano Franceschi Jane & Kevin Kenyon Ruth & Bernie Miller Christi & Rahul Gautam Simona & Michael King Kate & Peter Mittnacht Debbie & Benjamin Gitterman Georgie & Peter Moss Michelle Needham Anja & Ralph Neuneier MJ Sagan & Craig Haft Rosalie & Evan Wolarsky Nicholas Karp Foundation/Jewish Elizabeth & Gregory Samios Ann & Mitsuru Yasuhara  Rebecca & Josh Sarett Sassy & Robert Orlando Supporter ($100 - 249)
Alicia & Jeremiah Ostriker Elizabeth Ackerman Rae & David Padulo small world coffee The Agarwal Family Smith's Ace Hardware Alchemist & Barrister Els & Peter Paine Heather & Jaime Alkhateeb Glenn & Mayra Pasch Patricia & Toby Taylor Jan & Len Alpert Lauren & Adam Pechter Kirsten Thoft & Ted Nadeau Blair & Bill Ayers Elly & Giorgio Petronio Fund of the Penny & Ted Thomas Betty Ann Duggan & Milton Babbitt Princeton Area Community Foundation President Shirley M. Tilghman Katie Poole & Ward Tomlinson Kathryn Pottinger & Rafael Juan Kathleen & Peter Tovar Joanne & Matthew Berman Anna & Michael Prilutsky Nicholas Turk-Browne Francine Besselaar & Peter Abrams Julie & Robert Ramirez Molly & Tyler Vernon Kimberly A. Vine Sarah & Joseph Bolster, Jr. Dina Riad Interiors Pamela & William Wakefield Julia & Thomas Borden Louise & John Wellemeyer Mary Ellen & William Bowen Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sarah Smith & Steve Weinstein Maureen Westerman Beth & Victor Brombert Gina & Larry Roche Joan & Ralph Widner Anne Lee Saunders Brown Randie & Ryan Roderick Sara & Gordon Brummer Dawn & Mark Rosso Karen & Tom Wilkinson Tami & John Ruddy Esther & Kevin Williams Leland & Greg Burnham Ann Marie & Robert Russell Ginny Mason & Robert Willig Jo & James Butler Sondra & Marco Sacchi Christina & Pete Callaway PHS Community Service Group The Princeton High School Community Service Group sophmores turned out for the
second year in a row to assist with the Hometown Halloween Parade. During the school year, PHS students volunteered as
event and classroom assistants and also distributed event and exhibition flyers around town.
Susan & Anthony Capon Dr. & Mrs. William Green Jane & John Celetnao Greystone Designs Carolyn & Mark Landis Deborah Kaple & Miguel Centeno Sally Kuser Lane Tina & Anthony LaPlaca Janet & Craig Larrain Anne Elliott & Peter Gruen Isabelle Clement & Family Wanda & Robert Gunning Ellen & Harry Levine Cheryl Levine & Elliot Gursky Carol Anderson & Stephen Lin Jill & John Guthrie Deborrah Lindsay Claudine Collins Juergen Haeussler Elizabeth & Howard Curtiss, Jr. Debora & John Haines Latonya Kilpatrick-Liverman & Elizabeth & Eric Hamblet Arden Lance Liverman Denise Comsudis & Jeff Hamren Christine Lokhammer Jane & Mark Davis Frank Magalhães Liza & D. Pepper de Turo Carol & Richard Hanson Jean Ann Magnier Nancy & Matthew Difazio Charles M. and Mary L. Hartman Fund Meg Blair & Emre Dilek Archer & Tom Harvey Maria & Juan Martin Maldacena Carol Mason & Paul DiMaggio Nell & Dan Haughton Michele Burke & Patrick Diogenia Maria & Alex Martin Maria DiRenzo-Smith Linda & Steven Martucci Dr. Patricia C. Donohue Barbara & J. Robert Hillier William & Harper McArthur Julia Janicek & Pat Durelle Dr. Margaret Lancefield & Hon. Rush D. Holt Jennifer McBride Carrie & Kinsey Dyckman Imme & Freeman Dyson Carol & Herb Horowitz Michelle McKenna & Patrick Bernuth Betsy & Darma Ie Pam & Jon McLean Terri & Jonathan Epstein Keren Bergman & Mark Itzler Wendy Lawson-Johnston McNeil Sue & Greg Evans Shellie Jacobson Sally & Bob Jenkins Andrea & Ed Meyercord Tanice Fitzpatrick Johnson & Johnson Family of Louise Hutner & William Flemer Companies Contribution Fund Joan & John Fleming Matching Gifts Program Pamela Kogen & Michael Morandi Brigid Doherty & Paolo Morante Liz & Malik Kaman Canan Akyuz & Matthew Morgan Adria & Stanley Katz Liz & Perry Morgan Jocelyn & Bill Froehlich Emily Rose & James Morrow Lorraine & Richard Fugazzi Susan Strassberg & Ugur Kaytmaz Lauri & John Mulvey Sheila & Carl Geisler Liz & Reid Murray Steven Georges Family Michael Nachamkin Shirley A. & Stephen V. Kern Judith & Kenneth Gilbert Stacy Drummond & Jeffrey Keyton Pamela McGrew & Tom Nesi Helen & Peter Goddard Kiefer Landscapes Klatzkin & Company, LLP Mrs. Robert Goheen Michele Koenig-Dzialowski Vera & Immanuel Kohn   Lise & Steve Pacala Carol & Andy Golden Victoria & Michael Palmer Mary M. Michaels & Richard Grant Alison & Anton Lahnston Marilyn Ham & Michael Paluszek Jean & Larry Parsons Caroline Armstrong Meta Dunkly Arnold Szaferman, Lakind, Blumstein & Bladder, P.C. Alisa & Joseph Tarditi Dr. & Mrs. Robert Pickens Frances Taylor & Keith Costa Silvia Weyerbrock & Sanjeev Arora Karin Trainer & Bill Stowe Alison & David Politziner Barbara Trelstad Dana & Henry J Powsner Susan & James Trowbridge Jean & Richard Quandt Lorraine & David Atkin Susan & José Quiles Eric & Valerie Aubourg April & Donald Readlinger Margaret Van Dagens Joanne L. Augustine Ingrid & Marvin Reed Harriet & Jay Vawter Wiebke Martens & Patrick Austernann Alison Isenberg & Keith Wailoo The Ayodele Family Howard Wasserman Constance Hassett & James Richardson Stephanie & Robert Wedeking Colleen Sheridan & Richard Babikian Cindy & Scott Ricker in honor of Katie Wei The Backes Family Maeryn & William Roebling Elizabeth & Robert White Elizabeth & Steven Baglio Priscilla & Kermit Roosevelt Elizabeth Wislar Kelly & Haris Baig Marsha E. Novick & Harvey S. Rosen Carol Wojciehowicz Cindy Dixon & Rick Baker Karen & Richard Woodbridge Sherry Baker Trovas Ezra D. Rosenberg Lorraine P. & J. Rogers Woolston The Balachander Family Sharon Worthington Alessandro Balteo Patrick Rulon-Miller Ginger August & Brian Zack Nicole Schrader & Dave Barile Stephanie Sandberg Aleksandra Saronjic & Marc Barucija Sandler Training Enthusiast (up to $99)
Martin / Bash Family Shirley Ann Satterfield Marie Massey & Richard Abrams Ashley & Todd Bashore Carol & Arthur Ackerman Elizabeth Bidwell Bates Ilana & Michal Scheer Sandra C. Sussman & Ronald N. Schnur Yeil Kwon & Changsuk Ahn Ms. Esther H. Schor Carolyn & Tim Ainslie Jennifer Jang & Sam Becker Schwartz Fund of the Akinyanmi Family Princeton Area Community Foundation Suzanne & Richard Albanese Liz & Peter Bell Helene Schlachter & Michael Senchyna Anita & Melvin Benarde Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Shapiro Albemarle Foundation The Benaur Family Cynthia & Bob Shull Patricia Albertson Myrna & Lawrence Siegler Priscilla Algava Amy & Alan Benjamin Rachelle Simon & Ned Wingreen Victoria & Richard Bergman Mr. & Mrs. R.J. Simpkins, Jr. The Ammanamanchi Family The Berman Family Anne Marie Slaughter & Andrew Moravcsik Carmen E. Valverde & B. Wayne Anderson Maryellen & Jack Smiley Margarida & Paul Anderson Ann & Austin Starkey Shirley V. Anger Dr. & Mrs. William Besser Ashoke & Shamoli Bhattacharjya Ritwik Bhattacharyya Zoe Brookes & Alastair Binnie Dorothy Sue Cobble Brigitte & Peter Calderon Doreen Blanc Rockstrom Chloe & Patrick Colgan Blanco Vigiano Family Nicholas Candelori Elizabeth Collier & Ronald Cacciola Blandford Family Flora Marie & Bob Comizzoli Stephanie Connell The Connor Family B.J. & Kevin Booth Jennifer Light & Jonathan Caverley Ayhan & Sevinc Cebe Michele Bouchard Caroline Hancock & Robert Cerutti Anne & Nicolas Boudier Kathleen & Frank Cessaro Vicky & Brad Corrodi Dee Lewis & Clement Cottingham Ellen & John Bourscheid Harshita Chainani Toby & Robert Cowen Jamie Saxon & David Crow Margret van Vuuren & Scott Chasalow Amy Johnson & Eddy Brady Teresa Riordan & Elliott Chenoweth The Curtiss Family Dr. & Mrs. Mark Branon Irene & John Daab Christine Chiang Allegra D'Adamo & Joe Gonnelle Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Joan Girgus & Alan Chimacoff Employee Giving Program The Chivers Family Elizabeth Bromley Lenore Danielson Shoshana Pofelis & Ray Brown Paula & Gregory Chow Maciek Danilewicz Elena & Chia-Ching Chuang Lea Lerner & Moshe Budmor Amrah & Nauman Chughtai Katharine de Baun Leslie & Alan Burger Deborah Pearlstein & Chris Chyba Polly Burlingham Linda Bosniak & Andrew Bush Jennifer & Evan Cadoff The Claffey Family Collaboration and Community Play In March of 2012,
the Arts Council of Princeton once again collaborated with local
theater groups, Princeton Movement Theater, Stone Soup
Circus, and Princeton Theater Experiment
for our annual
Community Play. The production, On Air, focused on the behind
the scenes mayhem of a live television talk show and had over 40
actors, young and old, selected from the Princeton area. We held
four sold out shows and featured original commercials for our
local sponsors: Jazams, Smith Ace Hardware, Labyrinth Books,
Princeton Center for Dental Aesthetics, small world coffee,
and Halo Pub.
Elena Alexeeva & Pierre Deligne Debby & Chaz Foster Mira & George DeMartino Karanja Harvey & Richard Epstein Lydia & Walter Frank Catherine Demeyere Liz & Jon Erickson Jill & Roy Fraticelli Harvey N. Dessel Jeanne & Syth DeVoe Pamela & Thomas Espenshade Maria Patricia Diaz Heath & Steven Friedman The Dietrich Family Susan & Chris Evans Elizabeth Marshall & George DiFerdinando Peggy & Tom Fulmer The DiMella Family Maggie & Peter Furniss Jill & Ryan Dionne Marcia & Barry Falk Janet Heroux & Adam Gabriel The Donnelly-Fine Family Marie & Nino Galastro Vera & Donald Dowd Diane Zorich & Nicholas Dracopoli Gardenia & Chris Galiardo Maurice Galimidi Jennifer & Andrew Gandolfo Sandra & William Dreier Elisa Igesia & Juan Fernandez Ming Zhou & Rong Gao Carolina & Lourdes Firbas Alexandra Radbil & Stephen Fitzpatrick Gil & Juliann Edelstein Betty & Robert Fleming Mary Joan Gaynor Robin Cooper-Fleming Kate & Mark Germond Ericka Deglau & Uri Eisenzweig Geraldine & Rinaldo Forzani The Ghannam Family AWARDS Through the outstanding commitment of our staff, board,
instructors, and 500 volunteers, the ACP has been recognized for
its achievements across the state. Most recently, the New Jersey
State Council on the Arts
awarded us a Citation of Excellence
for the fourth consecutive year, and recognized us again as a Major
Service Organization
given our work with the community. We
received the 2012 People's Choice Award for Favorite Art
Gallery by Discover Jersey Arts
. Princeton Nursery School, one
of our community partners, recognized us with their 2012 School
House Partner Award.
In 2011, we received the New Jersey
State Governor's Award for Excellence in Arts Education,

as well as HomeFront's Program Partnership Award. We feel
privileged and honored to be recognized for fulfilling our mission and
serving over 50,000 people annually through Arts Council events,
programs, classes, performances, workshops, and camps.
Location of Place, February 2012 Thank you!
Holly & Jeff Gibb Valerie & Nathaniel Hartshorne Nannette Binford Gibson Jill & Gregg Jaclin Elizabeth Gibson Arlen Hastings   Luna Zaru & Malak Jaljuli Linda & John Gilmore The Gitiche Family Hannah Hatherell Richard Gjertsen Karen & Freddy Jimenez Andrea Malcolm & William Gleason Paula Lynn Johnson Sophie & Curtis Glovier Grace P. Johnston Trudy Glucksberg Rhonda & Jim Heisler Daphne & Charles Jones Susan Hockaday & Maitland Jones Chelsea Henderson Nikki & Taylor Jones Sally Goldfarb & Joseph Straus Kathleen & Richard Herwig David A. Goldfarb Charitable Fund Dr. Stanley Herzog Gillian Stewart & Trevor Jones Nancee Goldstein Deborah & Lawrence Jordan Lauren Goldstein Doreen Valentine & Chris Hines Beth & Ed Hirschman Dr. & Mrs. Steven Kahn Veronika Hausle-Kalabacos & Richard A. Grant Julia & Joshua Hochberg The Hofer Family Chung & Walter Kang Dorota & Chris Gribbin Leslie Ann Holden Leslie & Scott Hollander Benedicte Callan & Ethan Kapstein Carol Hollingsworth Susan Kassler-Taub Jennifer Holloway Arianne & Allen Kassof Laura & Robert Kaster Susan & Tage Honoré Jeaninne & Robert Honstein Dietrick Ralph Katz Diane Maller & Ira Guterman Melissa & Richard Kausch Mary & Edmund Keeley The Kelbaugh Family Janet Keller Laughlin Christopher Hadfield Devora & Douglas Haeuber Michael & Lanniece Hall Winifred Hughes & Frederic Spar Winnie & Regan Kenyon Suzanne & Rev. Chase S. Hunt Beverly Kestenis & Hans J. Breme Darryl & Julian Kestler Ms. Louise Handelman Molly Chrein & Andrew Hyman Cathy Gwee-sook Kim Susan & Jorgen Hansen Kristine Weilbacker Hanson The Immidisetti Family Rev. Louise & Michael Kingston Areta Pawlynsky & Yaron Inbar Susanne Hand & David Kinsey Location of Place, February 2012 Mary & Al Harper-Cavallo Intner/Jahn Family Mary Louise Hartman Ms. Katarzyna Iwaniec Sarah & Caroline Klimek The Meshel Family Sarah Stengle & Bruce Lindsay Patricia A. Meyer Alicia Brennan & Robert Lis Anya & Andrew Littauer The Milley Family Adrienne & Per Kreipke Marilyn & George Kress Liz Cutler & Tom Kreutz Jan & John Logan Nina & Heinrich Moisa Carroll Bever & Peter Krumins Susanna & Marc Monseau Susan & Bill Moody The Moore Family Joan & Harold Kuskin Pamela Kogen & Michael Morandi Ellen & Seung Kwak Natalie Morawsky Concetta A. Maglione Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lagay Frederique Magne The Morey Family Susanne & Peter Morgan Florence F. Mann Mary Howard Morgan Debi Lampert-Rudman Eva Mantell & Merrell Noden The Morici Family Judith & James Marks Ms Louise J. Morse Carol & John Marsland Caroline & Roger Moseley Deidre & Jeff Larson Daphne Martellini Victoria Chu Moy Barbara & Brad Lawrence The Murdock Family Catherine Martzloff The Learning Company Mr. & Mrs. David Nathan The Lebowitz Family Deborah Land & Christopher Mather Cecilia & Michael Mathews Jasmine Ferrer & Jason Matthews Sydney & Lee Neuwirth Noriko Ohta & Austin Newton The Lelacheur Family The Ogawa Family Mr. & Mrs. Richard Leone Judy & Mike Leopold Mary Ann McElligott Nina Belfor & Elliott Levy Colleen McKee & Family Cassandra Oliver Riva & Howard Levy The McNeil Family Tasha S. O'Neill Dr. & Mrs. TJ McNeill Margaret O'Reilly Margaret L'Huillier Lucy Graves & Charles McVicker The O'Reilly Family Theresa & Roger Liao Harriet Kass & Alan Medvin K.P. Weseloh & Wayne Meisel Linda Schwimmer & Josh Lichtblau Alexander Liebman Rachel Stark & Ryan Lilienthal Jacqueline & Thomas Merrill The Pangaldi Family Kate Skrebutenas & Paul Rorem Ella Preger Ben Noon Terese Rosenthal Sonali Pathirana Kathleen Preziosi Princeton Sports Bar & Grill Liza & Jamie Peck Merilyn Rovira & Carlos Rodrigues Mr. & Mrs. John A. Pell Suzanne Staggs & Jason Puchalla Hana & Marcel Rozencweig The Rubin Family Ruth & Jim Randall Sofya Pentusevich Bonnie Christina Randall Rebecca Salazar & Alex Selby Claire & Edward Percarpio Margo & Shawki Salem Carol Ann Sanzalone Angelo Sargentini Abigail Reynolds Amy & Mark Schaeffer Nancy Greenspan & John Ricklefs Barbara Schaeffer Roberta Sloan & Robert Schapire Lynn & Jonathan Schembor Carolyn Robertson Ilene Dube & Mark Schlawin Nicole & Jay Plett Louise M. Robichaud The Plimpton Family Nancy & Will Robins Christa Schneider Sandra C. Sussman & Ronald N. Schnur Marion & Bob Pollack Elaine & Tobias Robison Joanne Rodriguez Nora & Steven Schultz The Powers Family Grace & Jon Roemer Antonietta Schreiber David R. Goldberg Lecture in Architecture
In 2012, we celebrated the Fifth Anniversary of
The David R. Goldberg Lecture in Architecture.
This lecture series was established by Bunny
and Marv Goldberg in memory of their son
David, and is supported by generous contribu-
tions from over 250 donors. The annual spring
lecture features a prominent architect. In 2012,
we were delighted to present James Polshek,
FAIA, well-known for his work on the restora-
tion and expansion of Carnegie Hall in New
York and the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Cecelia Tazelaar Anne Marie & Eduardo Schur The Silverberg Family Harriet Pakula Teweles Maria Teresa Simao Ms. Janet Stern & Dr. George Theodoridis Mr. & Mrs. Martin Schwartz Joann & Henry Singer Holly Welles & Rob Thomas The Selig Family Sue & Frank Sipos Grace & W. Bryce Thompson The Sengupta Family The Sirken Family Serieyssol Family Bettina & Stephen Slade The Tillmann Family The Seskar Family Alice & Joseph C. Small The Tilney Family Joseph M. Shachat Elisabeth & Hayden Smith Ruta & Andrew Smithson Wendy Wright & Max Shane Catherine Shapiro Kimberly & Jeff Trent The Shastri Family Alexandria Trevena Wendy Kaczerski & Roger Shatzkin Michael Southall Laura Kahn & David Spergel Sylmaire & Mark Trowbridge Valerie Shestakow Elspeth Springsted Anita Trullinger Mary & Tom Stange Maryna & Chris Tully Harvey Steinberg Anne B. Steinhorn Sarah Vander Schaff Stephanie Stokes Barbara Vannerson Linda & Weir Strange Charles David Viera WE SALUTE On April 14, 2012,
Tatiana Popova & Sheldon Sturges Freida Villepontoux the Arts Council lost a dear friend. Martha Easton & Patrick Sullivan Nancy & Luke Visconti Louie Kiefer, whom many knew as Gwen Guglielmi & Thomas Vogt "Radio" due to his penchant for blasting the Beach Boys through a Julie & Chris Swanke Christina & Mike Walden boombox upon his shoulder while Jillian Swencionis Theresa Kehoe & Mike Walker standing on the corner of Hulfish Therese Swift-Hahn and Witherspoon Street, passed away after a long illness. He was a Helen Szathmary & Andreas Jerez Shaomei Zhong Wan fixture in our town, and an annual volunteer at Communiversity. We will miss his monthly visits to the Robeson Center and the joy he Judith Tallerman Heather K. Warren-Khot brought us through his vibrant Juliana & Edward Tam Ginnette Watkins-Keller spirit and warm smile. (Watercolor Jane & Joseph Weber by Elizabeth Lombardi; Donated by Katie & Michael Moffitt.) Susan & Christopher Tarr Victoria, Denis & Michael Taura Victoria Weisfeld The Taylor Family Holly Nelson & Joseph Weiss Carol Hoffman & Lawrence Weiss Helen & Martin Chooljian Annie & H. Wade Carden Micaela de Lignerolles Chambers Walk Cafe & Catering Deborah Sands-Gartenberg & Bunny & Marv Goldberg Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey Louisa Ruffine & Benjamin Widiss Galbraith Testamentary Trust D'Angelos Italian Market Shelley Frisch & Markus Wiener Kathy & Jamie Herring Da's Thai American Café & Catering Joan & Reeves Hicks Isabella de la Houssaye & David Crane Eunice Wilkinson Andrea & Bo Honore Barbara Highton Williams Lynn & Robert Johnston Lawrence Williams Carrie Crowther & Calvin Williamson Casey & Samuel Lambert Double Cross Vodka Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wills Carrie & Kinsey Dyckman Ruth R. & Donald M. Wilson Wendy Mager & Eric Monberg E. Allen Reeves, Inc.
David Mathey Foundation David H. McAlpin, Jr. Charitable Stephanie Stuefer & Thaddeus Erdahl Mary & Joe Wisnovsky Dianne Witherbee Ann & John McGoldrick Framesmith Gallery Wendy Lawson-Johnston McNeil Jackie & Cy Meisel Kristin & Jordan Gray Anne & Peter O'Neill Greystone Designs David Grossman & Friends Jazz Trio Heather Shannon Wood Vivian & Harold Shapiro Kirsten & Jonathan Haley Mary Woodbridge Lott Twin Chimney, Inc.
Hamilton Jewelers Elizabeth Gutman & John Wriedt Anne VanLent & the Anne VanLent Fund Andrea Didisheim & Evan Yassky of the Princeton Area Community F. Helmut & Caroline S. Weymar Fund Lara & Mark Heimann Mr. & Mrs. Morton Zachter of the Princeton Area Community Christina & Judson Henderson Ralista Zaharieva Lisa & Blake Henry Sandi Zaveri & Family Donald & Susan Wilson Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation The Zhang Family Cameron Manning & Tom Wright JBG Home, Design & Staging Joyce & Marc Johnson Dayong Sun & Tianzxhi Zhang HEARTFELT THANKS TO
Johnson & Johnson Consumer Marylu Simon & Judy Zimmerman OUR IN-KIND SUPPORTERS
Companies, Inc.
Marla Axson Zinder Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design LLC Timothy M. Andrews Judy King Interiors Meredith Asplundh & Timothy Gardner Charlotte Kendrick & Dan Rowe HEARTY THANKS TO OUR CAPITAL
We express sincere thanks to the following Cindy & Frits Besselaar Leslie & Chris Kuenne donors who so generously contributed in Amy Lau & Jim Carol FY 2011/12 to our Capital Campaign, now Bi-Catch Cafe, Inc.
in its "Burn the Mortgage" phase. Helena & Peter Bienstock Courtney Lederer & Mark Thierfelder BPG Properties, LTD.
Timothy M. Andrews Judy Brodsky & Michael Curtis Kathleen M. & J. Paul Bagley Merrill & Christopher Long Helena & Peter Bienstock M. O. D. Construction PNC Bank Foundation and Wealth Nancy & Burton Malkiel Taylor Photographics Kathleen Preziosi Eva Mantell & Merrell Noden Princeton Magazine Terra Momo Bread Company Max Hansen Caterer Terra Momo Restaurant Group Robin & Jon McConaughy Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce The Museum of Modern Art Michael Herold Design Princeton Self Storage Miele and Princeton High Cooking Club Princetonian Graphics Triangle Reproduction of Rocky Hill Dana & Alberto Molina PrincetonKids, LLC Triumph Brewing Company George Wislar & Laate Olokotun Provence Catering Regan & Jeffrey Tuder cuisine, by Anne-Renee David Newton-Dunn Robin Resch Studio Cindi & Bill Venizelos Nomad Pizza Co.
Nancy & Will Robins Sondra & Marco Sacchi Packet Publications Judy & Bill Scheide Maureen & Peter Westerman Palmer Square Management Stacie Speer Scott Whole Foods Market Liza & Jamie Peck Yamile Slebi & Omar Tellez small world coffee Julie & Brian Sullivan Suretech, Inc.
COMMUNITY PARTNERS are businesses, corporations and non-profit community organizations that share our mission
to "build community through the arts" through annual cash or in-kind contributions valued at $250 or more.
Palmer Square Management Taylor Photographics PNC Bank/Wealth Management Princeton University and Princeton Princeton Forrestal Village University Art Museum Princeton Shopping Center The Residences at Palmer Square Tyco International VISIONARY $10,000- $14,999
BPG Properties, Ltd. Bi-Catch Cafe, Inc. Chambers Walk Cafe & Catering cuisine, by Anne-Renée Terra Momo Restaurant Group Community Investment Strategies, Inc. D'Angelo Italian Market Wells Fargo- The Private Bank Da's Thai American Café & Catering Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey David Newton-Dunn
IMPRESARIO $5,000-$9,999
Bristol-Myers Squibb JBG Home, Staging + Design Doherty Painting Callaway Henderson Sotheby's International Realty Mortgage Master Inc.
Hopewell Valley Community Bank Public Wine + Spirits Colgate Palmolive Princeton Magazine Johnson & Johnson Consumer Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce JM Group Companies, Inc.
Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design LLC Princeton Self Storage Max Hansen Caterer Provence Catering MJ Sagan Architecture, PC Collaborating Non-Profit
D&R Greenway Land Trust (making the world a brighter place)
Pinot to Picasso Artists 2012
Historical Society of Princeton McCarter Theatre Center Morven Museum and Garden Princeton Charter School Princeton Junior School Princeton Nursery School Princeton Public Library Princeton Public Schools Princeton Recreation Department Princeton Young Achievers at Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed University Medical Center of Princeton West Windsor Arts Council Ricardo Basilio Coke Ruth Tietjen Councell Elizabeth Curtiss M.O.D. Construction Princeton Pop Warner Little Scholars Nomad Pizza Company Alexander Technique of Princeton St. Paul's Catholic School Packet Publications All Saints Episcopal Church Smith + Manning Design and Branding Princeton BMW/Princeton Mini Continuum Dynamics Volvo of Princeton Princeton Online Cross Fit Nassau Waldorf School of Princeton PrincetonKIDS, LLC Dina Riad Interiors Princetonian Graphics Double Cross Vodka Princeton University Press Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Double Brook Farm Framesmith Gallery Fair Trade Princeton Rambling Pines Day Camp Glenmede Investment and Wealth Sebastiano Nini, Inc. Greystone Designs small world coffee Hamilton Jewelers Hamilton Dental Associates Happy Health LLC Judy King Interiors Triangle Reprocenter of Rocky Hill Triumph Brewing Company Jennifer Figge Art Consulting, LLC Lucy's Ravioli Kitchen The Bank of Princeton Jerry's Artarama of Princeton McCaffrey's Markets John Bianculli Music Modern Metal Works O/M Architecture & Space Planning Mercer County Community College Winberie's Restaurant & Bar Michael Herold Design Princeton Center for Dental Aesthetics Smith's Ace Hardware N. F. P. Benefits Group Pinneo Construction Pinot to Picasso artists, cont. from previous page Janet Keller Laughlin Charles David Viera Rachel Perry Welty Christine Lafuente Margaret Kennard Johnson SPECIAL THANKS TO
Janet Keller Laughlin ARTISTS FY 2011/12
John Scott Murdoch Marsha Levin-Rojer Konstantin Popdimitrov Kathleen Preziosi Julie Rosenthale Lucy Graves McVicker Meg Brinster Michael Madelaine Shellaby Katherine Moffitt Charles Raymond Plohn Rebecca Deorocki Stacie Speer Scott Christina Stadelmeier Stephanie Stuefer Madelaine Shellaby Maria Teresa Simao Christina Stadelmeier Charles David Viera Stephanie Stuefer Annelies van Dommelen BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2012/13
Cindi Venizelos, President Kathleen Bagley, Vice President Debbie Schaeffer, Vice President Anne VanLent, Treasurer Marlyn Zucosky, Secretary Timothy Andrews, Immediate Past President Leigh Bartlett Paul Breitman Eve Coulson Isabella de la Houssaye Ted Deutsch Maria Dominguez Jessica Durrie Gail Olivia Everett Johan Firmenich Orlando Fuquen Debbie Gartenberg Cheryl Goldman Polly W. Griffin Leslie Kuenne Marsha Levin-Rojer Jacqueline Phares Charles Wampold Tom Wright Anne Reeves, Founding Director ACP STAFF & CONSULTANTS
Jeff Nathanson, Executive DirectorLaura Borawski, Program CoordinatorVashtie Coefer, Development/ Marketing Associate*Jean Y. Durbin, Director of DevelopmentMaria Evans, Artistic DirectorMark Germond, Director of OperationsDave Haggerty, Production Coordinator*Jeniah "Kookie" Johnson, Director of Community Relations*Elizabeth Murray, Education DirectorStephanie Nazario, Financial Administrator* Kathleen Preziosi, Ceramics Manager*Curry Simmel, Administrative Assistant*Julie Sullivan-Crowley, Administrative ManagerKim Webber, Facilities Coordinator* We wish to acknowledge with affection: Andrea Honoré, former Director of Fund Development, Caroline Armstrong, former Performing Arts Coordinator, and Dave Haneman, former Production Consultant Not pictured:Sue Bannon, Graphic Design ConsultantThaddeus Erdahl, Program Assistant**Indicates part-time employee Photo credits:Sue Bannon Dieu Donne Press David Newton Dunn Deborah Land Eva Mantell Emily Reeves ACP Staff and Faculty The Arts Council of Princeton's mission statement, building community through the arts, was developed with the belief that the arts and arts education: are fundamental to a healthy society; directly impact academic achievement and improve literacy for school students; positively contribute to the quality of life for all area residents; contribute significantly to economic development; promote cross cultural understanding and appreciation.
Paul Robeson Center for the Arts
102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ


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