A Tempo: Princeton Organizations Promote, Support the Arts
Arts and cultural organizations in Princeton have struggled this past year in the midst of the pandemic, cancelling concerts, exhibits and other in-person activities, but many are working hard to ensure that they continue to promote and support the arts and bring programs to the public. This Saturday (10/31 at 7 pm) on A Tempo, host Rachel Katz visits with the new Executive Director of the Arts Council of Princeton, Adam Welch, who joined the council in August. The council has pivoted to create accessible arts programs available to the Princeton community within Covid-19 restrictions, including more online and outdoors activities. The program also looks at the recently established New Jersey Arts and Culture Recovery Fund, created by a coalition of arts funders and hosted by the Princeton Area Community Foundation to help arts and cultural organizations survive, in an interview with Jeremy Grunin, co-chair of the relief fund and chairman of the Grunin Fund, and with Sharnita Johnson, Arts Program Director and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.