The AACCNJ recently honored Jim Petrucci at its Corporate Awards Dinner hosted on October 17, 2019 at the Crowne Plaza Princeton. “We are pleased to honor Jim as he understands the complexity and systemic challenges of people who have been marginalized. He has consistently demonstrated a willingness to use his intellect and influence while leveraging […]
Follow these links to find reviews of the current exhibition “Afrocosmologies: American Reflections” and the accompanying Black Film Weekend at the Wadsworth Atheneum.
PFF commissioned acclaimed portrait artist Mario Moore to paint a legendary member of the Princeton Football Family – Henry “Hank” Towns. Jim Petrucci’s relationship with Hank goes back to 1982 as a freshman football player at Princeton and Hank has been an important presence in his life ever since.
This spring, Charles E. Williams came to our area for a visit. During his stay, PFF arranged for him to give an artist’s talk to student-athletes at Irvington High School in NJ. He shared with them some of his experience as an athlete and artist.
PFF Collection was recently featured in the Portland Art Museum’s 125th Anniversary video. Check out PFF Curator Berrisford Boothe and famed artist Mickalene Thomas share some thoughts on the Portland Art Museum’s impact (section starts at 5:37 sec).
Last month PFF curator Berrisford Boothe traveled to North Carolina to visit a number of fantastic artists, among them the great James McMillan who we had the pleasure of visiting with last year, as well as up and coming artists Charles E. Williams, Stephen Hayes, and Steven Cozart. To say it was an enlightening experience […]
Last week the website Black Art In America featured dear friend and artist Barbara Bullock. A collection of images and interview excerpts, the feature gives a larger, national audience an intimate glimpse of this incredible woman’s genius and warmth. Take a minute to listen to her thoughts and enjoy photos of her vibrant studio on […]