Princeton Makes, round table on art against racism

“LOVE THEORY 1”: A Black History Month roundtable featuring artists Marlon Davila, Veronica Foreman, Danyelle Kessler and Rhinold Ponder, whose work is featured here, will take place at the mall’s Princeton Makes store Princeton on Saturday, February 26 at 4 p.m.

Princeton Makes, a Princeton-based artists’ cooperative, and Art Against Racism, a nonprofit that advances anti-racism through the arts, will host a Black History Month roundtable on Saturday, February 26. at 16 o’clock. It will take place at the Princeton Makes store in the Princeton Shopping Center.

The February 26 panel will feature four artists from Princeton Makes – Marlon Davila, Veronica Foreman, Danyelle Kessler and Rhinold Ponder. “The Black Thoughts Table – Four Creatives on Perspective, Process, and Possibilities” will allow artists to share insights into their artistic practices, creative processes, and artistic philosophies. Ponder will moderate the panel.

Additionally, there will be a special Black History Month offer of two limited edition giclee prints by Ponder, which will be available at a discounted price during the event.

Princeton Makes is a cooperative made up of 32 local artists who work in a range of artistic genres, including painting, drawing, stained glass, sculpture, textiles and jewelry. Customers will be able to support local artists by purchasing a wide variety of artwork including large paintings, prints, bespoke greeting cards, stained glass lamps and window hangings, jewelry in a variety patterns and patterns, and more.

Art Against Racism is a New Jersey-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate the public about eradicating racism and creating an anti-racist society through the arts.

For more information, visit princetonmakes.com.