Past Exhibits


Alex Erickson


Location: Third Floor STEAM Studio

Date: June 24th – July 1st

Alex Erickson is a Princeton student entering her junior year at Rutgers Prep.

Alex describes her work as a collection of portraits, some more realistic, while others are centered around emotions or concepts.


The Glass Room Experience


Glass Room image

Location: First floor near Welcome Desk

Date: Monday, January 7 – Sunday, January 27

The Glass Room Experience is an interactive exhibition on data and privacy that prompts reflection about how our data is generated, harvested, traded, and sold every day. Through objects based on those from the Glass Room installations in New York and other locations, issues around online privacy and data collection are made accessible and tangible. The exhibit demonstrates the scale of the companies behind the platforms visitors use every day, provides an understanding of what data can be gleaned from selfies, and reveals what we’re agreeing to with the privacy policies we rarely read.


The Concussion Diaries – Terri Riendeau


Stained Glass Acrylic on canvas

Location: Second Floor Quiet Reading Room

Date: January 12 – June 8, 2019

In April 2017, artist Terri Riendeau suffered a serious concussion and for months was forbidden from doing any ‘complex thinking.’ In this newfound state of mind, Terri began to notice every detail of the world around her and began painting. Her paintings explore different techniques, color, and form.

Art exhibits on the second floor are curated by the Arts Council of Princeton.

Please visit their site for further information about Terri Riendeau.


The Periodic Table of Elements – Robert Di Matteo


Carbon Acrylic, coal slag, graphite on canvas

Location: Second Floor Technology Center

Date: January 12-June 8

Artist Robert DiMatteo’s art is inspired by his interest and attention to the sciences. This new body of work focuses on the Periodic Table and natural elements. Each piece is an experiment in materials and texture.

Art exhibits on the second floor are curated by the Arts Council of Princeton.

Please visit their site for further information about Robert Di Matteo.