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The listings below include arts events presented by departments & groups across the Princeton campus. Click "LCA" above to view Lewis Center events only.

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Mar
18
Wed

Faculty
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Apr
10
Fri

Virtual Event — Career Advising Resources

FriApr  102020 /  9:00 am

The Center for Career Development offers virtual advising appointments for students and other online resources for students planning internships and career paths.

Campus Partners
Online

Apr
23
Thu

Virtual Event — Black Maria Film Festival

ThuApr  232020 /  12:00 am

The 39th annual Black Maria Virtual Film Festival, in partnership with the Hoboken Historical Museum and the Lewis Center for the Arts, presents award-winning short films, completely free of charge, for as long as the COVID-19 pandemic lasts. View the films online in curated programs or single shorts in animation, experimental, documentary, and narrative genres.

Online

May
8
Fri

Virtual Event — VIS Junior Show

FriMay  82020 /  8:00 am

Juniors in the Program in Visual Art present a virtual exhibition of recent work. 

Visual Arts
Online

May
8
Fri

Virtual Event — VIS Senior Show

FriMay  82020 /  8:00 am

Seniors in the Program in Visual Arts present their thesis work in a series of virtual exhibitions.

Visual Arts
Online

Jun
1
Mon

Virtual Event — Lewis Center Class Day Celebration

MonJun  12020 /  2:45 pm

During a historic virtual ceremony, the Lewis Center for the Arts will celebrate graduates of the Class of 2020 who earned certificates through the Programs in Creative Writing, Dance, Theater, Music Theater, and Visual Arts.

Creative Writing
Online

Jun
5
Fri

Virtual Event — Conversation with a Theater Maker: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ’06

FriJun  52020 /  4:45 pm

OBIE Award-winning playwright and alum Branden Jacobs-Jenkins '06 joins Theater Program Director Cox in a virtual conversation on Zoom. Audience Q+A follows. Free and open to the public.

Theater
Online

Jun
8
Mon

Race in the COVID Era: What America’s History of Racism and Xenophobia Means for Today

MonJun  82020 /  4:00 pm

As COVID-19 has swept across the United States, it has unmasked and amplified existing racial inequities. Rampant fear and misinformation has provoked a wave of discrimination, harassment, and hate targeting those of Chinese and Asian descent. The disease has also had a disproportionate toll on historically marginalized populations, including African Americans and Native Americans, due to unequal access to health care, residential segregation, poverty, and incarceration. Join a conversation that will situate these developments within the long history of racism, exclusion, and scapegoating in the United States. Panelists will discuss strategies to address marginalization and empower impacted communities.

Campus Partners
online

Sep
15
Tue

Submission Deadline: Artworks for All Her Power

TueSep  152020 /  11:30 pm

The Program in Theater is seeking artistic representations to accompany the piece, "All Her Power: 50th Anniversary of Undergraduate Co-Education Theater Project," at the Lewis Center for the Arts in the fall of 2020. Princeton students are invited to submit photos of students, drawings of professors, paintings of campus, sculpture, abstract graphic art, and more by September 15, 2020.

Oct
9
Fri

All Her Power: The 50th Anniversary of Undergraduate Coeducation Theater Project

FriOct  92020 /  8:00 pm

The Programs in Theater and Music Theater present this special collaborative project between students, artist alumnae and the first generation of women who studied at Princeton. Directed by faculty member Suzanne Agins; conceived by Jane Cox and Suzanne Agins.

Wallace Theater, Lewis Arts complex