Join the Arts Council of Princeton as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of live music, interactive workshops, and discussions as they relate to Dr. King’s life, teachings and civic engagement. The celebratory day will begin with a Community Breakfast at 9am, followed by hands-on activities for all ages. Sponsored in part by Princeton University.
Science on Saturday is a lecture series geared toward high school students.No registration is required; however, see details.First lecture: From Lemons to Lithium, Squeezing More Life Out of Batteries at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Join Yoga Stream’s Debbi Gitterman for an exploration of the healing benefits of yoga. You are encouraged to bring your own mat. Refreshments will follow.
This haunting drama dealing with racial issues by Kara Lee Corthron follows Black American painter, Jules, to Iceland where she’s exiled herself to escape her tumultuous past. Directed by theater senior Abigail Jean-Baptiste ’18. Tickets required.
One of the most contentious and capacious concepts of the modern era, black aesthetics names both a tradition of visual art, music, and literature and a set of linkages, resonances, and breaks.The works embody various ways the aesthetic realm has enabled re-imaginings of blackness.
Speaker: Maj. Gen. Charles Frank Bolden, Jr., (USMC-Ret.), former Administrator of NASA; former NASA Astronaut
The 2015 Open Internet Rules were recently repealed by the FCC on a 3-2, party-line vote. What does this mean for home Internet users? Who will protect consumers? How will the change affect innovation and entrepreneurship? These questions and more will be addressed at this special event, sponsored by the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP), experts will talk about what to expect following the FCC vote. Open to the public.
Our panel of experts will share their visions of the cities of tomorrow in terms of technology, architecture and food, and discuss opportunities to make urban areas more sustainable now. Lunch will be served at noon in the Bernstein Gallery. The panelists are: •Florence Hudson Class of 1980, Former Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, Internet2 •Forrest Meggers, Assistant Professor of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton University •Henry Gordon-Smith, Founder and Managing Director, Agritecture Consulting This event is open to the public.
Speaker: Maj. Gen. Charles Frank Bolden, Jr., (USMC-Ret.), former Administrator of NASA; former NASA Astronaut Open to the public.
Yukio Hatoyama, who served as Japan’s prime minister from September 2009 to June 2010, will speak on Thursday, Feb. 8, 4:30 p.m., in Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall. The talk also will be livestreamed on the Wilson School’s YouTube channel.