Curated by Jamie Saxon of Princeton's Office of Communications, who covers more than 40 arts and humanities departments and programs, writing and producing news and feature stories and in-depth profiles in a variety of multimedia formats, including video, for social media and the University's homepage. She founded and serves as facilitator for ArtSPIN, a monthly group of arts communicators on campus.
Princeton in service of the imagination. The Lewis Center for the Arts encompasses Princeton University’s programs in Creative Writing, Dance, Theater, Visual Arts, and the interdisciplinary Atelier, offering over 75 courses and 125 public events each year.
With a history that extends back to the 1750s, the earliest days of art collecting at Princeton, and collections of over 92,000 works of art spanning the world of art from antiquity to the present, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the finest university art museums in the world.
History in the music making. Since 1894, the music of history's most revered composers has been performed by the world's most celebrated artists on the Princeton campus. Princeton University Concerts presents transporting performances by an extraordinary roster of emerging and established musicians in a world-class venue, Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
Princeton University Department of Music
Princeton’s Department of Music is at the epicenter of a musical culture that is broad and deep, reaching from edge to edge of the campus, from the classroom to the concert hall. Several faculty-led performance groups are active on social media:
- Princeton University Orchestra - Facebook | Twitter
- Princeton University Glee Club - Facebook | Twitter
- Princeton Sound Kitchen - Facebook
- Princeton Jazz - Facebook
Princeton University Council of the Humanities – Twitter
Princeton’s Council of the Humanities, founded in 1953, is a crossroads where inquiring minds meet to converse, reflect, and collaborate on the vast array of human experience -- offering grants for conferences, faculty seminars, and innovative, team-taught courses, as well as scholarship that brings the humanities into dialogue with the arts, social sciences, sciences and technology. Each year the Council sponsors visits from eminent artists and writers, scholars and journalists.