Lewis Center

Academic Expo for the Class of 2026

September 1


Dance Placement Class

September 5


Try on Theater Days

September 6

(in)Visible Wild

Students in Professor of Visual Arts Jeff Whetstone’s spring course, “The Visible Wild,” share work from a class that combines photography with environmental science. CoLab open 24/7. FREE; open to University community.

Visual Arts

185 Pharmacy: A VIS Junior Show

Juniors in the Program in Visual Arts present an exhibition of recent work. Hagan Gallery open 24/7. FREE; open to Princeton students, faculty + staff.

Visual Arts
Hagan Studio, 185 Nassau St.

2022 Princeton Research Day

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.

Campus Partners
Princeton University campus

Creating My World into Being: A Celebration of the Theater Maker’s Imagination with Roger Q Mason ’08

Gather and dream about making the theatre we want to see on our stages. We'll discuss making work from a place of joy, theatre making tips and tricks from the field, and the essential nature of collaboration, led by Roger Q Mason '08. Ice cream provided. FREE; open to all Princeton students.

Seminar Room W331, Wallace Dance Building

Store as Art

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.

33 Witherspoon St.

Career Advising Hours

Drop-in for Career Advising Hours with Yee Ho, an Advisor in the Center for Career Development, to explore your interests and possible creative career paths. FREE; open to Princeton students.

Campus Partners
N602, Arts Tower

Jhumpa Lahiri & Sandra Bermann: Translating Myself and Others

"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.

Labyrinth Books

Princeton Reunions: New Technologies in the Arts

Join a Princeton Reunions virtual panel discussion moderated by visual arts lecturer Lex Brown ’12, with panelists Christopher Janney ’72, Ted Gagliano ’82, lecturer in creative writing Christina Laziridi ’92 and Ilana Lucas ’07. FREE; registration required.