For a nonprofit organization one of the most valuable resources are volunteers. The West Windsor Arts Council is lucky to have the assistance of many giving individuals and each year makes sure they know how much they are appreciated by participating in national...read more
On behalf of all of us at the West Windsor Arts Council, we want to thank everyone who attended the Speakeasy Soirée on March 11, 2017! The funds raised by this event support the arts and education programs offered to the community throughout the year including 175...read more
Need to break out of a rut? For busy adults, our ability to be creative and look at the big picture tends to be one of the first things we lose when we’re overly concerned with the tasks of life (work, kids, laundry, social obligations). Of course, this myopia can negatively affect your business as well as your personal relationships. So, how to break free?read more
On Sunday, January 15, 2017 over 250 guests attended the opening reception of the Faculty Student Show. Featuring work by the esteemed teaching artists of the West Windsor Arts Council and their students, this annual exhibition is a wonderful culmination of their hard work. We couldn’t be more proud.read more
Starting in January, 2017, Aylin Green, Executive Director of the West Windsor Arts Council will step into the role of Co-Chair for the Minority Concerns Committee of Mercer County.read more
Public voting for the 2017 awards is now underway! Voting runs through midnight February 16, 2017.
Come one! Come all! Write us in for Best Gallery, Best Visual Art Camp, Best Performing Art Camp, and Favorite Adult Art Class in the @JerseyArts’ People’s Choice Awards at JerseyArts.com/vote. #NJarts
Aylin Green, Executive Director