Wednesday, Sep 9, 2020
by Danielle Ranucci, TAP Online Correspondent

Trenton Arts at Princeton is pleased to introduce Jack Shigeta, Mariana Corichi Gómez, Sophie Blue, Faith Iloka and Tanaka Dunbar Ngwara as the 2020/21 Trenton Arts Fellows.

Wednesday, Sep 9, 2020
by Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications

On June 10, 2019, six days after he graduated from Princeton, Lou Chen had a big decision to make.

Monday, Aug 31, 2020
by Cammie Lee '22, TAP Summer Correspondent

We often unintentionally use alienating language when we talk about the masters in the art world, describing successful artists as gifted and talented, or emphasizing how they were prodigies in their youth.

Monday, Aug 17, 2020
by Jacob Slattery, Dudamel Foundation

Composer, pianist, and vocalist Maya Keren was awarded the 2020 Trenton Arts in Princeton Music Fellowship, a new grant supported by the Dudamel Foundation which is awarded annually to Princeton University students who serve their local communities through arts and music.

Monday, Aug 3, 2020
by Cammie Lee '22, TAP Summer Correspondent

In Fall of 2020, TAP will introduce Trenton Youth Theater (TYT) as the newest addition to its Saturday Morning Arts program.

Monday, Jul 20, 2020
by Cammie Lee '22, TAP Summer Correspondent

In contemporary society, we understand “charity” as transient and transactional. However, the term was initially used to refer to the pure, radiant love one felt towards one’s community.

Thursday, Jul 2, 2020

TYO volunteer Cammie Lee '22 reflects on a recent conversation with TYO guest artist Aaron Stokes in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Click here to read the full Daily Princetonian article.

Thursday, Jun 25, 2020

This past year, Trenton Central High School students attended PUC performances by the violinist Stefan Jackiw and the pianist Gabriela Montero. As part of the inaugural Express the Music contest, they were encouraged to submit creative writing or visual arts responses to the performances.

Sunday, Jun 14, 2020

TAP student volunteers Ashwin Mahadevan ’22 and Jack Shigeta ’23 reflect on how their work has changed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to read the full Daily Princetonian article.

Monday, Jun 1, 2020
by Sunghae Anna Lim, Faculty Fellow, Trenton Youth Orchestra

In collaboration with the Gustavo Dudamel Foundation

This year, musicians have adapted with impressive speed to online teaching platforms.  While challenging, the new parameters compel us to take a fresh look at teaching, and provide opportunities for us to become better educators, both online and in person.