Anne Reid '72 Art Gallery & Exhibits

Anne Reid Art Gallery

The Anne Reid ’72 Art Gallery hosts many exhibitions during the school year, providing the School and the community with a rich source of visual and cultural arts. In addition to featuring the artwork of renowned national and international artists, the Gallery also features the artwork of our students, including Lower School art exhibitions and Upper School students' senior thesis exhibitions, as well as artwork by our faculty.

Through the Princeton Day School Gallery Club, students are able to assist the gallery director with installation of the artwork, setting up and attending the openings, and meeting the artists. Price lists and related materials are available in the gallery. Students, faculty and the public may view the exhibitions Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when the school is in session.

Gallery Exhibits

If you would like to exhibit in the Anne Reid '72 Art Gallery, please email three jpegs, a CV and resume to Jody Erdman.




Anne Reid

Anne Reid ’72 was a gifted athlete on the PDS field hockey team and a prolific artist under the brilliant direction of Arlene Smith. The talented, outgoing and much loved Reid gave as much to Princeton Day School as it gave her. After she graduated in 1972, her father, Jack Reid, began working with Arlene to create an art gallery for the School. Tragically, as a Skidmore senior in 1975, Anne died in a car accident. Arlene and Jack put their heads together and the new PDS gallery became the Anne Reid ’72 Art Gallery, which has been instrumental in helping to spread Anne’s passion for the arts to many generations. Anne's classmate and friend Jody Erdman ’72 has been a leading force for art appreciation as Director of the Anne Reid ’72 Art Gallery since 2001.