Today's Events

Fri Feb 5, 2016 - Sat Feb 13, 2016


Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio

Sophocles’ tragedy Elektra, a dark, bloody tale of familial vengeance from ancient Greece, features senior Evelyn Giovine in the title role.

This week

School of Architecture · Presented by: Program in Media + Modernity

Wigley and Harwood discuss their intellectual biography, showing that the critical arguments and material techniques of arguably the single most exposed designer of the last century were too radical to be grasped at the time but have become urgently relevant today.

Tue Feb 16, 2016 · 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Tiger Tuesday

James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts

The Lewis Center for the Arts invites prospective students (Princeton Class of 2020) to an Open House on Tuesday, February 16. Come for information about the variety of courses we offer in the Princeton Atelier, Creative Writing, Dance, Film, Music Theater, Theater, and Visual Arts and learn what it takes to complete a certificate in one of these programs.

Wed Feb 17, 2016 - Fri Mar 4, 2016 · 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition | DOME / КУПОЛ

School of Architecture · Presented by: School of ArchitecturePrinceton-Mellon InitiativePrinceton University Art Museum

This exhibition featuring archival materials from the Calán Hill National Astronomical Observatory in Santiago and the Pulkovo National Observatory in Saint Petersburg, along with the work of Russian photographer Petr Antonov, explores the ways in which science and technology were designed, constructed, practiced and exchanged among global networks during the “space race” era.

Wilson Black Box Theater · Presented by: LGBT CenterPrinceton Latinos y AmigosProgram in Latin American StudiesProgram in Latino StudiesLewis Center for the ArtsLatin Graduate Student AssociationDavis International CenterCarl A. Fields CenterDepartment of SociologyDepartment of MusicDepartment of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures

A musical comedy about illegal immigration, inspired by the true story of Dan-el Padilla Peralta, a brilliant Princeton undergrad who received a scholarship to study classical Greek and Latin literature at Oxford but could not leave this country because he had no way of returning due to his immigration status