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School of Architecture Gallery · Presented by: School of Architecture

17 Volcanoes: Works by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, Armin Linke, Bas Princen, U5 and Wermke/Leinkauf opens at the Princeton School of Architecture. It is curated by Alexander Lehnerer, Assistant Professor, ETH Zurich, and Philip Ursprung, Professor of the History of Art and Architecture, ETH Zurich, and curated for the Princeton School of Architecture by Tina di Carlo. The exhibition will be formally opened with a talk from Philip Ursprung on February 17th at noon, followed by an opening reception at 5 pm.

MacLean House · Presented by: Program in Translation and Intercultural CommunicationDepartment of Comparative LiteratureCouncil of the HumanitiesLewis Center for the Arts

The editors of Inventory — Princeton’s journal of literary translation — invite you to join us for the launch of our seventh issue. The launch will feature a panel discussion with translators David Bellos, Chris Clarke, and Natasha Wimmer.

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School of Architecture Gallery · Presented by: School of Architecture

17 Volcanoes: Works by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, Armin Linke, Bas Princen, U5 and Wermke/Leinkauf opens at the Princeton School of Architecture. It is curated by Alexander Lehnerer, Assistant Professor, ETH Zurich, and Philip Ursprung, Professor of the History of Art and Architecture, ETH Zurich, and curated for the Princeton School of Architecture by Tina di Carlo. The exhibition will be formally opened with a talk from Philip Ursprung on February 17th at noon, followed by an opening reception at 5 pm.

McCormick 101 · Presented by: Council of the HumanitiesProgram in Creative Writing

Reading by Italian writer Dacia Mariani followed by a conversation with Professor of Creative Writing Jhumpa Lahiri and Alessandro Giammei, Lecturer in the Humanities Council and French and Italian and Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows.

James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Thomas A. Edison Media Arts ConsortiumProgram in Visual Arts

Marking its 36th Annual Festival Tour in 2017, the renowned Black Maria Film Festival celebrates creativity and innovation in the moving-image arts.  The Festival’s juried collection of short films includes animation, experimental, documentary and narrative works. Black Maria celebrates the short form in all its permutations for its artistic challenges, aesthetics, and substance.

James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Program in Visual Arts

Moon Molson’s short films Pop Foul (2007), Crazy Beats Strong Every Time (2011), and most recently The Bravest, the Boldest (2014), all premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, screened at over 200 international film festivals, and won over 80 awards worldwide, including the 2006 Student Academy Award.

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