Events

Fall 2021 Painting Class Show

The Program in Visual Arts presents new work by students in "First Year Painting Studio Seminar" and introductory painting courses led by Colleen Asper and Pam Lins. FREE; open to Princeton students, faculty and staff.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio

Fabric and Collage Show

The Program in Visual Arts presents new work by students in “Fabric Logic" taught by MJ Daines and "Collage: Diversions, Contradictions, and Anomalies" taught by Troy Michie. FREE; gallery open daily to Princeton students, faculty and staff.

Visual Arts
Lucas Gallery, 185 Nassau St.

TheaterCraft Co-Curricular Class: Costumes

TheaterCraft co-curricular classes are a series of workshops offered to cater to the needs of students interested in what it takes to MAKE theater. This workshop led by LCA Costume Shop Manager Keating Helfrich Debelak, gives a behind the scenes look at what goes on during the production process for creating costumes for the shows in the theater, music theater, and dance programs. FREE; open to students. RSVP required.

0M08 Wallace Dance Building

Democracy: Is Anyone Qualified?

Students and faculty member Aaron Landsman in the Princeton fall Freshman Seminar 143, Is Politics a Performance? present a free, participatory theater work that puts decision-making power in your hands. FREE; University community can join the event in-person with free tickets; general public can join live via Zoom.

Theater
Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex

Personal Limits #3: Then Personal Voice and the Future of Academic Disciplines

To launch her new book, Magical Habits, assistant prof. of English and American Studies Monica Huerta is hosting Personal Limits, a virtual conversation series about contemporary experiments in personal writing. This week featuring Professor of Classics Dan-el Padilla Peralta. FREE and open to public in person at Labyrinth Books and livestream.

Campus Partners
Labyrinth Books