The Program in Visual Arts presents new work by students in introductory drawing courses led by Eve Aschheim and Troy Michie. FREE; open to Princeton students, faculty and staff.
“Piranesi on the Page,” Princeton University Library’s latest exhibition, tells the story of how Giovanni Battista Piranesi, the foremost printmaker in 18th-century Europe, made the book the center of his artistic production. On view through December 5 in the Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery, located in the Firestone Library lobby. Open 12-6 daily for University community with ID. Public welcome via reservation on Thurs. from 3-6 PM and Fri.-Sun. from 12-3 PM. Reservations are for 50-minutes each and can be made on library.princeton.edu. All visitors must be fully vaccinated. FREE
Join Kate Bellin '02, whose consulting firm advises clients in the procurement of art and in the cultivation of their art collections, for a career conversation about situating oneself as a professional in the New York City Gallery world and as a player in the Global Art Market. A light dinner will be served. For Princeton students only. Space is limited; registration in Handshake is required.
Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, presents “Irish Reunification: Prospects & Feasible Models,” a lecture drawn from his book-in-progress on questions and issues surrounding the idea of a unification of the island of Ireland. Introduced by Fintan O'Toole. FREE and open to the public. Register and join via Zoom Webinar. Live closed captions available.
In the backyard of her father’s house, 25-year-old Catherine has been caring for her father who was a brilliant and mentally ill mathematician. Now that he has passed, his former student, Hal, and her sister, Claire, have come to collect Catherine and the remains of her father’s legacy. Has he left anything brilliant? Has his illness/genius passed down to her? Theater senior Juliana Pulsinelli '22 leads the ensemble as Catherine in this Pulitzer Prize-winning play exploring family, grief, emotional and mental health and fragility, and genius. Directed by faculty member Vivia Font. FREE; tickets required. Open to University students, faculty and staff.