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.
Three New York-based painters present recent landscape and still life paintings in an exhibition curated by visual arts professor Su Friedrich. Princeton students, faculty + staff can access the exhibition Mon-Thurs. from 12-6 PM. The general public is invited to view the exhibition and meet the artists on the following dates: June 9 from 4-7 PM; June 16 + 23 from 12-6 PM; and June 29 from 4-7 PM. FREE
The Lewis Center for the Arts, in collaboration with other Princeton University departments, offers two artist fellowship opportunities. Both are designed to support artists, in all artistic disciplines, who demonstrate great promise. Applications for Princeton Arts Fellowships and Hodder Fellowships open July 1.
Class of 2026, come meet with current Lewis Center Student advisors and staff to learn more about the Programs in Creative Writing, Dance, Theater, Music Theater, Visual Arts including Film/Video, and the Princeton Atelier. Attend a special LCA info session from 10:15-11 AM detailing the program and course offerings.
A city, at night. It rains. A man, not really from here, not quite a foreigner, speaks to a passerby. He asks for a light, a cigarette, he’s looking for a room for the night… he can’t stop talking, but the passerby remains silent. In this visionary 1981 text by Bernard-Marie Koltès, messages about oppression, society, loneliness, exclusion, precarity and racism still resonate today. Free and open to public; advance registration/tickets required.