Take advantage of our FREE drop-in classes in ballet, pilates, yoga, hip-hop, and more. Many classes open to all skill levels; no registration required. FREE and open to all Princeton students, faculty, and staff.
Princeton Research Day is a celebration of the research, scholarly and creative work conducted by early-career researchers (undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and other early-career non-faculty researchers) from across the campus in the arts and humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and engineering. Mainstage event on Maya 5 is free and open to public.
In “Store as Art," students explore the role of art and the artist in relationship to commerce by opening and operating a retail establishment in downtown Princeton. Weekly Day Markets feature student-made products for sale; weekly late Friday Night Markets feature an "experience economy." Various other events planned. Hours of operation vary; economics of the store vary and may include cash, bartering, etc. FREE; open to public.
"Translating Myself and Others" is a collection of candid and disarmingly personal essays by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri, who reflects on her emerging identity as a translator as well as a writer in two languages. We invite you to a conversation between the author and her colleague at Princeton and fellow-translator, Sandra Bermann. FREE and open to public; join in person or via livestream.
2021-22 Hodder Fellow and Princeton alum Tanyaradzwa Tawengwa ’14 performs original music for mbira, voice, and piano inspired by her ancestral rite of passage into womanhood, followed by a moderated conversation with Marcus Zvinavashe, Nyasha Jeche, and Ulenni Okandlovu from CaliGraph and Skeyi and Strobo, two Zimbabwe-based multidisciplinary art collectives, who worked on imagery for her forthcoming album “MWEDZI.” Open to public. Free tickets required.