This annual dance concert presented by seven seniors in Princeton’s Program in Dance premieres new and adapted works, group pieces, duets and solo works. FREE and open to public. Reserve tickets through University Ticketing.
The BIPOC* Theater-Makers Group is a space that is held for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and Multiracial identifying theater makers at Princeton University. We offer this casual, drop-in weekly space to help center the voices and needs of BIPOC students involved in theater. FREE; for Princeton students only.
The Music Dept. and LCA present a reimagining of "Ballet des Porcelaines," a ballet pantomime from 1746, in this chinoiserie rococo production that gets at the heart of the mystery, exoticism, and complex cultural work that is imbedded in the production of porcelain. FREE and open to public; tickets required.
All members of the Class of 2023 who are interested in applying for the CWR certificate this semester (so they can do a creative writing thesis next year) are invited to an info session hosted by lecturer A.M. Homes. Stop by at any time to ask current faculty and staff about the thesis application process and enjoy a quick lunch. FREE; students only.
Kahlil Joseph, Onye Anyanwu (BLKNWS) and Bradford Young (REkOGNIZE) screen their work in-person and join in conversation with Princeton's Deana Lawson and Tina Campt as part of the Black Earth film series organized by Lawson and Campt. Free and open to the public; advance tickets required through University Ticketing.
A screening of selected short films from the Thomas Edison Film Festival’s 2022 touring collection, including three award-winning shorts by Princeton students Lola Constantino '23 and Dylan Fox '22 and recent alumnus Alexander Deland, Jr. '21. Conversation and Q&A with Princeton faculty members Su Friedrich, Moon Molson, and Tim Szetela follows the screening. Open to the public; free tickets required through University Ticketing.
Six14 Christian dance company seeks to demonstrate to those on campus that dance is a medium by which those who believe in God and His gospel can glorify Him. For this year’s theme of New Life, we hope to share stories of people undergoing trials and suffering, but in the midst of that, being able to experience deep and lasting joy that is found in Christ Jesus. Tickets required.