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Celebrate Grounds For Sculpture’s Birthday!
Live Painting a Car!
Will Kasso x Leon Rainbow!

It’s Grounds For Sculpture’s birthday bash! On Saturday,
June 5 from 11am to 4pm, we’re celebrating the founding of Grounds For Sculpture and
the arts in all their glory. We give you the gifts with hourly door prize drawings and free
ice cream and cake for the family! Are you curious about a particular sculpture in the
park? Bring your questions to our annual Meet the Artists program! Tour the Grounds
with select Artist-in-the-Park at 11am, 1pm and 2pm and this year, enjoy a new twist as
MM2 (Music & Motion Dance) perform improvisational dances in respect to each artist.

Also different and exciting this year, in conjunction with the Spring/Summer 2010
Exhibition Season, Grounds For Sculpture will paint a car! Gratuitous of a vehicle
donation by Suburban Wrench of Pennington, NJ, Grounds For Sculpture will conduct a very special demonstration as local graffiti artists Leon Rainbow and Will “Kasso”
Condry invoke the spirit of popular avant garde artist Keith Haring and the iconic
occasion in 1982 when Haring painted a BMW. Experience this unconventional art
piece come to colorful life in a modern day variation!

Free workshops for the family this day include a Monoprint Workshop from Noon to 4pm
and the Community Quilt Project from 1pm to 4pm. Free musical performances by an
eclectic group of local artists are kicked off by music and poetry performed by D.J.
Haslett on guitar and vocals and Artist-in-the-Park, Autin Wright on drums at 12pm, the
solid musicianship and precise harmonies of Acoustic Road at 1pm and one set of fun
and funk by local cover band, Solstice at 2pm. Our lively and energetic finale event is a
special dance performance by TEDI (Trenton Education Dance Institute) at 3:30pm.
You can also grab top prize if you win our annual Peacock Calling Contest!

For more information, please visit our website at www.groundsforsculpture.org.

Date: Saturday, June 5, 2010.

Time: 11am – 4pm.

Price: This event is free with paid park admission.

Pinot to Picasso



6:30pm – 9:30pm
Technology Center of Princeton, 330 Carter Road, Princeton

Approximately 500 guests are expected to attend Pinot to Picasso ~ Vintage 2010. The festivities include “The Best Tastes of Princeton:” a selection of foods donated by area restaurants and a tasting of wines from around the world. The highlight of the evening is the art “Tombola”, a drawing of approximately 90 works of art contributed by select local artists. New this year will be an exciting live auction of only 2 top lots.

“Taster” (event) tickets are $75. A “Tombola” ticket is an additional $225. Revenue raised from Pinot to Picasso contributes to the Arts Council’s Anne Reeves Fund, which supports Community Arts initiatives and the Artist-in-Residence Program.

To purchase tickets call (609) 924-8777. To view the “Tombola Gallery” and other event features, RSVP online, or for other information visit www.artscouncilofprinceton.org