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Scenario for a Past Future: Exhibition by Josephine Meckseper

Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton

Artist Josephine Meckseper presents an interactive multimedia installation. Projected life-size for the first time, Meckseper’s virtual artwork takes visitors inside a modernist glass vitrine inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion and Bruno Taut’s Alpine architecture. Visitors will experience and enter the virtual environment in real time at the gallery. Open daily 10 AM – 8 PM.

Free

Scenario for a Past Future, an Exhibition by Josephine Meckseper

Hurley Gallery at Lewis Arts complex on Princeton University campus 122 Alexander St, Hurley Gallery b at Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus

Artist Josephine Meckseper, former Belknap Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton, presents an interactive multimedia installation, Scenario for a Past Future, at...

Free and open to the public; no tickets required.

Kids: Storytime!

Princeton Public Library - Story Room

This interactive, in-person story time features books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and movement for children 2 years old and up with an adult caregiver.

English Conversation Group

Virtual -

Practice your English speaking skills with others during conversation facilitated by a volunteer on Google Meet. Please register in advance.

Ficus Bon Vivant Invites you to Embrace the Everyday, Featuring Artist, Thomas Kelly

Ficus Bon Vivant 235 Nassau Street, Princeton

Ficus invites you to enjoy this exceptional art exhibition and dining experience as we celebrate the warmth and expressive paintings created by friend Thomas Kelly in Embrace the Everyday. Thomas...

Free to public / Reservations for dining

Kids: Baby Storytime

Princeton Public Library - Story Room

This interactive, in-person story time features books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and movement for children 0-24 months old with an adult caregiver.

NSF I-Corps Info Session at Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs

Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs 303 College Road East, Suite A, Princeton

Learn how to make real-world impact with your innovations by turning them into products/services that create value in the market. Find out how you can transform discovery or innovation into...

Free

Baby Play Group

Princeton Public Library - Story Room

After Baby Storytime, stay and enjoy free play and socialization with your baby in a supportive and nurturing environment.

Princeton Affordable Housing Map | Conversation and Reception

Robertson Hall, Bowl 1, Princeton University NJ

On Thursday, Feb. 22, stop by the Bernstein Gallery at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs for a panel discussion on the past, present, and future of affordable housing...

Free

Author: Jinwoo Chong in Conversation with Laura Spence-Ash

Princeton Public Library - Community Room

The Princeton High School alum discusses "Flux," his acclaimed debut novel, with Laura Spence-Ash, in this Friends and Foundation fundraising event. Tickets are $30; $75 including a copy of "Flux."

Celebrate Culture with Game Night

West Windsor Arts Center 952 Alexander Road , West Windsor

On February 22, We are partnering with Art Against Racism and the African American Parent Support Group of West Windsor–Plainsboro to bring an unforgettable evening of joy, connection, and creativity....

Free

Celebrate Culture with Game Night

West Windsor Arts Center 952 Alexander Road , West Windsor

West Windsor Art is partnering with Art Against Racism and the African American Parent Support Group of West Windsor–Plainsboro to bring an unforgettable evening of joy, connection, and creativity. We...

Free

Princeton Univeristy Student Short Film Screenings

James Stewart Film Theater 185 Nassau St. on the Princeton University campus, Princeton

The Program in Visual Arts presents 30+ short student films created in fall 2023 semester courses with films from “Representations in Documentary Filmmaking” and “Documentary Filmmaking I,” taught by Bent-Jorgen...

Free and open to the public, no tickets required
Event Series Love Type Beat, a New Immersive Play

Love Type Beat, a New Immersive Play

Wallace Theater at Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus 122 Alexander St, Hurley Gallery and CoLab at Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus

In this partly immersive new play, Princeton University seniors Nica Evans and Tanéyah Jolly have conceived and directed a work exploring Black women and femmes’ relationships with different types of...

Free and open to the public; advance tickets required available through University Ticketing at tickets.princeton.edu.

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