Help us tell community stories!

Piscataway Stories: Our Community Exhibit
Applications to participate will be accepted through June 1.

The Piscataway Public Library announces Piscataway Stories: Our Community, a series of events designed to explore concepts of community. The series will culminate with an exhibit of personally meaningful objects loaned by local residents accompanied by stories of the significance of the objects. The exhibit will be on view November 2021-January 2022 at the Kennedy Library, 500 Hoes Lane.

If you have any questions, please contact Kate Baker at
First/Given Name *
Last/Family Name *
Email address *
Phone number *
Street Address
Zip Code
If you do not currently reside in Piscataway, briefly describe your connection to Piscataway.
Local Affiliations (workplace or business, volunteer or affinity organizations, etc.)
What object/item would you like to lend for the exhibition? Documents, photographs, artwork, textiles, and three-dimensional objects are all examples of what would be acceptable. *
Additional details about your object such as size and material.
What community (organization, club, team, house of worship, profession, common interest, local area, etc.) does this object represent? Please be specific. *
Please describe this community and the meaning to you and Piscataway. You may be contacted later for more details. *
Please confirm: *
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I agree to be photographed and for my image to be included in the exhibition, exhibition catalog, the Library’s website, social media and other promotional materials, and the Library’s local history collection. *
If you have any questions, please contact Kate Baker at
DISCLAIMER: All applications will be reviewed and considered.

The Piscataway Public Library reserves the right to decide what is appropriate for display. The Library reserves the right to reject any part of an exhibit or to change the manner of display. Final decisions concerning the exhibit will be made by the Library.

The presentation of any object does not imply an endorsement by the Piscataway Public Library, its Trustees, or its staff.

The Piscataway Public Library is not responsible for any object that is lost, damaged or stolen while on exhibit or display. Lenders will submit a signed release form when delivering their object/item(s) to the Library.

This program was made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
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