The Trenton Project | Work-in-Progress

Mon, Jan 11, 2016, 6:30 pm

Trenton Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


THE TRENTON PROJECT • Sanctuaries in the City
Short Student Documentaries from Urban Studies 202

January 11 · 6:30 pm
Work-in-Progress Critique on Campus
with visiting filmmakers Megan Mylan and Sadia Shepard

Betts Auditorium · School of Architecture · Princeton University

The Trenton Project—now in its third year—is a collaborative documentary investigation by the student filmmakers of Urban Studies 202, "Documentary Film and the City". This Fall, students worked in partnership with Trenton residents, institutions, city employees, and community partners to produce micro-documentaries exploring how Trentonians build safe, nurturing and dynamic urban spaces in their community. These films offer a kaleidoscopic lens on the challenges Trenton faces, its ambitions for the future, and the many ways Trentonians are working together to weave and repair the fabric of their city. 


A production of Princeton University:
Program in Urban Studies

Community-Based Learning Initiative
Princeton-Mellon Initiative for Architecture, Urbanism and the Humanities
Digital Learning Lab
Woodrow Wilson School                 

URB202: Documentary Film and the City:

Taimur Ahmad
Kyle Berlin
Tiffani Chanroo
Ana DeJesus
Ellie Nishikawa Fu
Roan Gideon
Gwyndolyn Goldfeder
Melanie Ho
Jessica Lu
Natalie Plonk
Nick Kim Sexton
Angélica Vielma

and Purcell Carson, project director

and with thanks to our 2014 Community Participants:

The City of Trenton
Artworks Trenton

The Boys and Girls Club of Trenton
Cristo Rey Episcopal Church
Trenton Area Soup Kitchen
and generous residents of greater Trenton

Location: 
School of Architecture, Betts Auditorium