The Program in Visual Arts presents new work by students in “Fabric Logics: Textiles as Sculpture” taught by MJ Daines in which students have been experimenting with 3D fabric construction, weaving, knitting, knotting and more as a means for making sculpture. Gallery open weekdays 9 AM-6 PM.
Labyrinth Books and the Princeton Public Library present creative writing lecturer A.M. Homes, who will discuss The Unfolding, a stunning alternative history that is prescient, tender, and funny and is her first novel since the Women’s Prize award-winning May We Be Forgiven, with historian Laura F. Edwards. Open to public; no tickets required.
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon, director of the Princeton Atelier, engages in a conversation with Emmy-nominated actor Jonathan Majors (The Last Black Man in San Francisco, HBO series Lovecraft Country, ABC miniseries When We Rise, and soon-to-be-released Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania) with clips from some of Majors’ work. Tickets required.
Join comedian, disability advocate, and Princeton Arts fellow Maysoon Zayid on Zoom for fun, candid conversations about disabled life at Princeton University. ASL interpreters and open captioning will be provided; any other accommodations are available upon request. Register for Zoom links. Open to University community.