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black text on white backgroundCurated in conversation with the Program in Theater’s production of the play Sister Mok-rahn, this exhibition provides a brief introduction to the intricate histories and current states of North and South Korea, illustrates the limitations of linguistic translation, and features the voices of North Korea defectors. The exhibition seeks to provide a multi-sensory experience for viewers through mixed-media installations, and features photography by Princeton students. Curated by sophomore Cameron Lee ’22 with associate curator junior Anoushka Mariwala ’21 and exhibition coordinator senior Jenny Kim ’20.

Learn more about the play at arts.princeton.edu/sister-mok-rahn

 


Co-produced by Princeton University’s East West Theater and in collaboration with Princeton for North Korean Human Rights. Co-sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature and the Korean Language Program. Post-show conversations and student workshops are co-sponsored by Princeton’s Campus Conversations on Identities (CCI) Fund.

 

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ALEXANDER BRIDGE CLOSURE

Alexander Street, between Lawrence Drive in Princeton and Canal Pointe Boulevard in West Windsor, will close for about six months beginning on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, for road construction.

Construction makes traveling to campus more time consuming. Traffic congestion from all routes to campus during peak times (weekdays, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) will be higher than normal. Drivers traveling to campus along Route 1 will see the greatest delays.

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Presented By

  • Department of Comparative Literature
  • Campus Conversations on Identities
  • East West Theater Company
  • Princeton for North Korean Human Rights
  • Korean Language Program
  • Program in Theater