Today's Events

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.

This week

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.

Fri Mar 3, 2017 - Sat Mar 11, 2017 · 8:00 pm

A Dream Play

Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center · Presented by: Program in Theater

Theater senior Catherine Andre directs Caryl Churchill’s darkly comedic adaptation of August Strindberg’s surrealist masterpiece. Follow Agnes, the daughter of the gods, as she journeys through human life in all its pain and beauty, searching for the hope of redemption.

Labyrinth Books · Presented by: Princeton Public LibraryLabyrinth Books

In her magisterial study of the relationship between illness and art, the best-selling author of An Unquiet Mind brings an entirely fresh understanding to the work and life of Robert Lowell, whose intense, complex, and personal verse left a lasting mark on the English language and changed the public discourse about private matters. Please join us for a reading and discussion.

Labyrinth Books · Presented by: Labyrinth Books

A conversation with author Michael D. Lemonick and Barbara Landau, the cognitive scientist who first started studying the case of Lonni Sue Johnson who lives in a “perpetual now,” where she has almost no memories of the past and a nearly complete inability to form new ones. The Perpetual Now is the moving story of this exceptional woman.

James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Program in Visual ArtsDepartment of Music

Guest artists Zoe Beloff and Jennifer McCoy present recent video works that center on questions of home, real estate, and architectures of surveillance as part of the film screening series curated by Visiting Associate Professor Amy Herzog for her spring course “Sonic Cinema: Music, Noise, and the Moving Image.”

On the Horizon

Fri Mar 10, 2017 - Thu Mar 16, 2017 · 8:00 pm

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