An exciting multi-day festival including concerts, plays, readings, dance performances, art exhibitions, multidisciplinary presentations, community workshops and site-specific events planned in celebration of the opening of the new Lewis Center for the Arts complex.
Princeton University Art Museum · Presented by: Princeton University Art Museum
Making History Visible brings together historical and contemporary works to consider the role of visual art in creating an image of American identity and a multifaceted representation of history in the United States.
Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts
A two-day biennial event organized by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Princeton professor Paul Muldoon featuring poets from around the world who will read from their work and hold panel discussions. Free and open to the public.
Plaza · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts
This series of pointed, inquisitive and playful performance walks through the Princeton University campus, created in collaboration by theater artist Aaron Landsman and historian Alison Isenberg with Princeton students, examines how issues of race and protest, in Trenton and on campus, are imprinted on Princeton’s buildings and grounds. Tours begin on the Plaza at the Lewis Arts complex.
James M. Stewart ’32 Theater · Presented by: Lewis Center for the Arts
Noted biographer and Princeton alumnus A. Scott Berg ’71 and author and editor Anne Margaret Daniel *99, who received her Ph.D. from Princeton, discuss recent work in print and on screen showcasing the legacy of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Princeton Class of 1917. Berg is a consulting producer on the Amazon Original Series, The Last Tycoon, and Daniel is editor of the recently published edition of Fitzgerald’s “lost stories.”