Join Jonah Herzog-Arbeitman ’19 and Professor Brian Herrera for a conversation about Herzog-Arbeitman’s ongoing exploration of the instructive congruities guiding his work in improvisational comedy, creative poetry and theoretical physics. In this conversation, Herzog-Arbeitman will demonstrate how the techniques of improvisational comedy can illuminate complex principles in theoretical physics (and vice versa) as he also asks (and answers) the enduring question: “What’s poetry got to do with it?” This event is open to members of the Princeton University community. Light refreshments will be provided.

Professor Brian Herrera’s “The Creative Intellect” series invites notable scholars, performers and activists to reflect publicly on the analytic tools, techniques and modes that have most guided their artistic and/or intellectual practice.

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The third floor seminar room (W331) is located on the third floor of the Wallace Dance Building in the Lewis Arts complex.

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  • Lewis Center for the Arts