Events

Lewis Center

Academic Expo for the Class of 2026

September 1

Dance

Dance Placement Class

September 5

Theater

Try on Theater Days

September 6

stitching

stitching is a group show of 13 black student artists aiming to re-explore one of the art world's most central and controversial question — what constitutes the Black aesthetic? Open Feb. 25 at 9 PM through Feb. 27 at 8 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Student Groups
CoLab

VIS Book + Poster Show

An exhibition of poster designs and artists’ books by seniors and juniors in the Program in Visual Arts. Gallery open daily from 11 AM - 7 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

Theatre Intime presents A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

Nora thinks she is happy in her marriage until a past lie bubbles to the surface. "A Doll's House" is the story of how a woman finds her voice and takes agency over her own life. Theatre Intime's reimagining of Ibsen's classic play takes place in a literal doll's house. Open to public; tickets required.

Student Groups
Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray Dodge Hall

Conduction in the Forum

Do you play an instrument? Do you not play an instrument? Do you want to make noises with your body and with objects? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, come take part in Conduction: a process created by Butch Morris in which Maya Keren ‘22 will lead the ensemble with hand cues and gestures to create a spontaneous musical piece. FREE; open to University community. Snacks provided.

Music
Forum, Lewis Arts complex

VIS Book + Poster Show

An exhibition of poster designs and artists’ books by seniors and juniors in the Program in Visual Arts. Gallery open daily from 11 AM - 7 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

The Writers’ Room: A Midterm Comedy Reading

Watch a one-time only, free, live reading of the new comedy series penned by students in comedian and disability advocate Maysoon Zayid's spring course, “The Writers Room,” as the students share their hilarious midterms. FREE and open to public; tickets required.

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex

VIS Book + Poster Show

An exhibition of poster designs and artists’ books by seniors and juniors in the Program in Visual Arts. Gallery open daily from 11 AM - 7 PM. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

Improv for Writers with Gwen Tulin

Join Improv for Writers with guest performer/writer/teaching artist Gwen Tulin as part of Kirstin Valdez Quade’s spring course, “Spark! Sparking Creativity in Writing.” FREE; open to all enrolled Lewis Center students.

Creative Writing
New South Dance Studio

VIS Program Info Session

All sophomore students interested in the Program in Visual Arts are invited to an info session to meet current faculty, art majors, and certificate students and to ask questions about the program and application process. FREE; open to Princeton students only. No RSVP required.

Katzenbach Room 207 at 185 Nassau

Reading by Paul Muldoon — Howdie-Skelp: Poems

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Princeton professor Paul Muldoon delivers a sharp wake-up call with his fourteenth collection, "Howdie-Skelp." Introduced by fellow poet and creative writing lecturer Michael Dickman. Free and open to all. Hybrid event; attend in-person or register for livestream.

Faculty
Labyrinth Books