Virtual Exhibition of Student Art Dedicated to Public Service and Social Justice

Across the United States — and the entire world — film and art have become central to ongoing movements for rights and justice, which has intensified since the killing of George Floyd. In this virtual exhibition associated with The Art of Anti-Racism and Social Justice: Exhibition and Conversation, Princeton students and alumna Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri ’01 share their short videos dedicated to public service and social justice in an expanding online archive.


This initiative is an extension of the 2020 Fall Seminar, “Moving Millions with Art and Film for Human Rights and Social Justice,” taught by Indrani who is a filmmaker and social justice advocate.

On December 15, 2020, Indrani hosted a conversation with leaders of contemporary art and justice movements to share insights and inspire positive cultural and socio-political change. Special guests included Mo’Nique, Hawke Newcome, Eugene Brave Rock, Daryl Davis, Lazarus, Gina Belafonte, and cohost UN #WeThePlanet curator Kunal Sood.

Presented in partnership with Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, and the Freshman Seminar Program.

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A choreographer teaches students virtually

Video: The Making of Princeton Dance Festival Reimagined

Take a behind the scenes look at Princeton’s premiere dance event created remotely for a virtual audience.

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Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton announces five Hodder Fellows for 2021-2022

This year’s recipients include choreographer/performer Leslie Cuyjet, visual artist Mark Thomas Gibson, playwright and poet Anya Pearson, gwenyambira and musician Tanyaradzwa Tawengwa, and music theater composer Brandon Webster.

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Two Lewis Center students awarded Schwarzman Scholarships for study in Beijing

The Schwarzman Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

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Professor of Dance Judith Hamera Awarded 2020 Brockett Book Prize for Dance Research

The DSA awards the Brockett Prize each year to the best book in dance published at any point in the previous three calendar years.


Join us for a live conversation with leaders of contemporary art and justice movements on December 15 at 7 PM (EST)