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.
“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
An American writer of Argentine, Syrian, and Iraqi Jewish descent and Princeton alum from the Class of 2019, Jordan Salama tells the story of the Río Magdalena, nearly one thousand miles long, in the heart of Colombia. Hear the tale of lively adventure following a legendary river with Salama and writer Michael Lemonick. Presented by Labyrinth Books in-person at the bookstore and via live-stream; registration required. FREE
In the final class presentation from a Princeton Atelier course, hear music from award-winning composer Georgia Stitt, performed by members of the Princeton Playhouse Choir, as well as original student work created to illuminate the ideas of “The Circling Universe.” FREE tickets required; open to University community.
This event has been rescheduled to March 2022. Join Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon as he delivers a sharp wake-up call reading from his fourteenth collection, "Howdie-Skelp: Poems" at Labyrinth Books. FREE and open to public. Registration required for attendance in-person at the bookstore or via livestream.