(Syn)thesis: A Senior Dance Concert
Senior dancers Emily Avery, Erin Berl, Dana Fesjian, Naomi Lake, Tiffany Miller, Alex Quetell, Paige Shaw, Clare Sherlog, Lauren Wodarski, and Crystal Yao will present their own new choreography and perform repertory works by master choreographers on Friday, March 31 at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 1st at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. in the Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center. Tickets available now!
Lighting and projection designer David Bengali, performance artist and poet Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, and writer Erika L. Sánchez have been named Princeton University Arts Fellows for 2017-19 and will begin two years of teaching and community collaboration in September. The Arts Fellows program of the Lewis Center for the Arts provides support for early-career artists who have demonstrated both extraordinary promise and a record of achievement in their fields with the opportunity to further their work while teaching within a liberal arts context. Funded in part by the Mellon Foundation, Fellows are selected for a two-year residency to teach a course each semester or, in lieu of a course, to undertake an artistic assignment that deeply engages undergraduate students, such as directing a play, conducting a music ensemble, or choreographing a dance piece. Fellows are expected to be active members of the University's intellectual and artistic community while in residence; in return, they are provided the resources and spaces necessary to their work.