Java Jam at Princeton Makes: Fun for all
Pictured Above: Nathan Bishop. Photo Credit: Contributed.
Newsroom Post: PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY
Princeton, NJ –Princeton Makes, a Princeton-based artist cooperative, will feature Nathan Bishop at its monthly Java Jam, to be held on Sunday, June 18th at 4:00 pm at the Princeton Makes artist studios and art market in the Princeton Shopping Center.
Nathan Bishop is a traditional Irish fiddler, classical violinist, and teacher based in New Jersey. 2019 graduate of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, Nathan teaches and plays in a variety of groups including as the baroque violinist of La Fiocca. He will play a program – Farms and
Fathers and My Father the Farmer.
Java Jam is a coffeehouse that takes place on the third Sunday of every month at Princeton Makes. It is free and open to the public.
Princeton Makes is a cooperative comprised of 35 local artists who work across a range of artistic genres, including painting, drawing, stained glass, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, and jewelry. Customers will be able to support local artists by shopping for a wide variety of art, including large paintings, prints, custom-made greeting cards, stained glass lamps and window hangings, jewelry in a variety of design patterns, and more.
Additional information is available at www.princetonmakes.com, and everyone is invited to follow
Princeton Makes on Facebook and Instagram.