Students from fall 2020 courses in the Program in Dance present their work in a series of virtual showings.
- November 23 at 1-1:30 PM (EST): DAN 213, “Introduction to Contemporary Dance,” taught by Alexandra Beller. Students share a final group project followed by audience Q&A.
- November 23 at 2:30-4 PM (EST): DAN 357, “Are You for Sale? Performance Making, Philanthropy and Ethics,” taught by Miguel Gutierrez. In a showing entitled “The Teach-In Clinic for Love of People and Art (and Money),” students share on class topics such as philanthropy pros and cons, private vs. public funding, and new artistic models for art-making and money. Audience Q&A included.
Join the Events
Separate Zoom links are required to join each event. Both events are free and open to public; no registration required.
Patrons in need of access accommodations in order to participate in this event, please contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email LewisCenter@princeton.edu at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date.