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.
"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.
In conjunction with the exhibition Body Matters / Martha Friedman, opening on May 20 at Art@Bainbridge, join the artist and three of her collaborators—theorist and faculty member Tina Campt; choreographer and dancer Silas Riener '06; and psychoanalyst Jamieson Webster—for a conversation about interdisciplinary thinking and a preview of the exhibition. FREE and open to public; Zoom registration required
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.
Join us for an introduction to the exhibition "Body Matters / Martha Friedman" with the artist and the exhibition's curator, Mitra Abbaspour. Friedman's multimedia sculptures draw on her studies of ancient Egyptian mummification, Greco-Roman portrait busts, and drawings of the brain structure and nerves by the early twentieth-century scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal to explore the relationship between the mind and the body at various points throughout history. Open to public.
Body Matters presents two new series of sculptures by visual arts faculty member and multimedia sculptor Martha Friedman, curated by Mitra M. Abbaspour, Haskell Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at PUAM. "Body Matters" faculty panel on April 8 @ 2 PM; "On Collaboration" Panel Discussion on May 12 @ 5:30 PM; Meet artist Martha Friedman on May 19 @ 5 PM. FREE and open to public. Open Tues-Sun.