Princeton Art Guild

The Princeton Art Guild, located at 115 E. Main St., is housed in Princeton’s oldest building, the Champion-Shepherdson House, which was built in 1817.
Founded in 1978, The Princeton Art Guild strives to unleash the artistic potential of every community member.
 Guild members facilitate classes, lectures, performances and exhibits in an effort to enrich the lives of all citizens of Princeton and surrounding communities. 
 The Guild gallery displays artists throughout the year. Members of the Guild also have unique gift items, paintings and photography available for purchase at the Guild House.
2017 Guild Exhibit Schedule

August and September — Cedar Lee,  Solar Eclipse artist
 October and November — 200 Reasons Why, a collaborative art exhibit celebrating 200 years of the Champion-Shepherdson House
 December 2017 and January 2018 — Caldwell County Middle and High School Art students

2017 Guild Events
 Art on Main — Saturday, September 9th,  craft/artists fair at Princeton’s Black Patch Festival, 10am - 4pm
Artisan Festival & Songwriter's Showcase event at the Eddy Grove Vineyard — Saturday, October 7th, Noon - 8pm

Workshop Opportunities
 The Guild is hosting creative art workshops with instructor Alisha Menser
 Children’s Creative Workshops with Alisha are held on pre-scheduled Tuesdays from 2-3pm and 4-5 p.m. The cost is $65 per child for six workshops. Ages 4 and up.
 Pre-registration is required for all workshops.  
 To register, contact Guild director Melissa Peek by calling the Guild at 270-365-3959, by sending an Email, or by sending a message through the
Princeton Art Guild Facebook page.

The current board of directors of the Princeton Art Guild are as follows:
Christopher M. Rogers, President
Lucy Stevens, Vice President
Anne Farless, Vice President
Melissa A. Peek, Secretary
Sheila Gates, Treasurer

The Guild relies on membership fees and donations to support much of its work.
 Annual membership categories are as follows:
Student for $15, Individual $20 and Family for $30

Donation categories start at $50 and go up through benefactors, which are those who give $1,000 or more to support the Guild.
 All donations and membership contributions to the Guild are tax deductible.