The Princeton Atelier is a unique academic program that brings together professional artists from different disciplines to create new work in the context of a semester-long course. A painter might team with a composer, a choreographer might join with an electrical engineer, a company of theater artists might engage with environmental scientists, or a poet might connect with a videographer. Princeton students have an unrivaled opportunity to be directly involved in these collaborations, either as participants or in “parallel play.”
"Be part of a course that will happen only once."
— Paul Muldoon
Past courses: ATL 498 / DAN 498, Spring 2014
Students learned the martial art of wushu to perform an act from composer Fred Ho’s “Journey Beyond the West: The New Adventures of Monkey,” a martial arts musical fantasy.