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Private Lives, Public Stories: Trenton in the 1960s
Six Student Documentary ShortsPrivate Lives, Public Stories: Trenton in the 1960s
Thursday, May 9 · 6 to 8 PM
Betts Auditorium · School of Architecture · Princeton Universityfree · open to the public · refreshments

History 202 and The Trenton Project cordially invite you to the final screening of this year’s short

Nothing Permanent: Modern Architecture in California
Nothing Permanent: Modern Architecture in California A discussion with author Todd Cronan and Daniel Abramson, Boston University and current IAS Scholar Monday, April 8 at 12pm / Betts Auditorium

A critical look at the competing motivations behind one of modern architecture’s most widely known and misunderstood movements…

Spring 2024 Mellon Forum series concludes on April 10
Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment: Transforming Land / Making Property

The Spring 2024 Mellon Forum concludes on April 10. See event listings for details. 

 

APRIL 10 at 12pm / Betts, Zoom, and Princeton Channel 7 Structures of Power: Engineering Empire in the Circum-Caribbean Kristin Lee Hoganson,…
Urban Studies Sophomore Open House // March 26 at 12pm

Sophomores are invited to join Urban Studies faculty and students to learn more about the certificate program. Lunch will be provided.

Tuesday, March 26 12 - 1:30 pm School of Architecture 

 

Fabric Object: Agrest and Gandelsonas

 

EXHIBITION OPENING MARCH 7 at 6pm, School of Architecture North Gallery  Fabric Object: Agrest and Gandelsonas

 

 

FABRIC OBJECT is a small show on the early career of Diana Agrest and Mario Gandelsonas of Agrest and Gandelsonas…