The Arts Council of Princeton presents, ‘Colloquy’

Colloquy, curated by Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen, features a collaborative installation. ARTWORK: ANNA BOOTHE & NANCY COHEN, "BETWEEN SEEING AND KNOWING"
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Colloquy, curated by Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen, features a collaborative installation. ARTWORK: ANNA BOOTHE & NANCY COHEN, "BETWEEN SEEING AND KNOWING"

“Colloquy,” a mixed-media exhibition will be on display at the Taplin Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts in Princeton through Dec. 8.

Presented by The Arts Council of Princeton, “Colloquy” will be curated by Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen. Boothe and Cohen have been collaborating since 2012 on a project entitled, “Between Seeing and Knowing,” and are now presenting, “Colloquy.”

“In the long run, what is most important about this body of work is its collaborative manufacture, its spiritual insight, and its interpretation of another culture,” said Jonathan Goodman, art writer at the magazine, Arte Fuse. “These things indicate an openness toward culture and art that invests Boothe and Cohen’s work with real dignity and insight. We are living in a time when depth is missing from culture, but the artists here are offering exactly that.”

The Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is located at 102 Witherspoon St. in Princeton.

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Taplin Gallery was founded in 2008 and has won Favorite Art Gallery in the Discover Jersey Arts People’s Choice Awards for six of the past seven years. Located in the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, the Taplin Gallery is run by ACP artistic director Maria Evans and has featured artists such as Philip Pearlstein, Polly Apfelbaum, and Willie Cole, among other notable artists.

The Arts Council of Princeton, founded in 1967, is a non-profit organization with a mission of Building Community through the Arts. Housed in the landmark Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by architect Michael Graves, the ACP fulfills its mission by presenting a wide range of programs including exhibitions, performances, free community cultural events, and studio-based classes and workshops in a wide range of media. Arts Council of Princeton programs are designed to be high-quality, engaging, affordable and accessible for the diverse population of the greater Princeton region.