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

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.

Atelier
33 Witherspoon St.

Art@Bainbridge — “Body Matters” by Martha Friedman

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.

Faculty
Bainbridge House

Princeton Reunions — Tiger Tales: From Novels to News Stories

Join an alumni-faculty forum to discuss journalism and creative writing with authors Mark Alpert ’82, Lisa Gornick ’77 and E. Lily Yu ’12; author and HarperCollins editor Rakesh Satyal ’02; and ABC News Executive Producer Janice Johnston ’92. Panel moderated by Professor of Creative Writing Yiyun Li. FREE; open to registered Princeton alumni attending Reunions.

Alumni
McCosh 50

Nassau Literary Review Festival

Join the Nassau Literary Review for its ninth annual literary festival, featuring Princeton alumni working in visual arts and the publishing industry including Stacy Testa ‘10, Iris Blasi ‘03, Meghan Duval ‘93 and PUAM director James Steward.

Student Groups
Zoom

Nassau Literary Review Festival

Join the Nassau Literary Review for its ninth annual literary festival, featuring Princeton alumni working in visual arts and the publishing industry including Stacy Testa ‘10, Iris Blasi ‘03, Meghan Duval ‘93 and PUAM director James Steward.

Student Groups
Zoom

Nassau Literary Review Festival

Join the Nassau Literary Review for its ninth annual literary festival, featuring Princeton alumni working in visual arts and the publishing industry including Stacy Testa ‘10, Iris Blasi ‘03, Meghan Duval ‘93 and PUAM director James Steward.

Student Groups
Zoom