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Late Thursdays Yoga on the
Lawn Thursday, June 9, 5:30 p.m.
East Pyne Courtyard
Explore the healing
benefits of yoga while you enjoy a beautiful summer evening. Bring
your own mat. Details here.
Drawing from the Collections Colored
Pencils Thursdays, June 2–23, 8 p.m. (ET)
Museum is partnering with the Arts Council of Princeton to provide
free online drawing classes, using colored pencils. Weekly
classes are taught by artist-instructor Barbara DiLorenzo over Zoom.
Each week’s lesson is inspired by a work in the Museum’s collections.
Details and free registration here.
Time Video Portrait Collaborative Project
Join us on
Thursday, June 23, for an artist talk with Marilyn Minter, whose work
is featured in Screen
Time. Details and free registration here.
The Art Museum
invites you to create your own video portrait inspired by Screen Time.
Join us on Thursday, June 30, for aworkshop with Christopher Lopez on how to create a
video portrait using your smartphone. Submit portraits here by Monday, July 11; select
submissions will be featured on the Museum’s social media and during
a celebrationat Art on Hulfish on
Thursday, July 21, at 5:30 p.m.
Matters / Martha Friedman Art@Bainbridge
Body Matters presents two new series of sculptures by Martha
Friedman, a Princeton faculty member who draws inspiration from
ancient Egyptian mummification, Greco-Roman portrait busts,
nineteenth-century public monuments, and drawings of the brain
structure and nerves by the early twentieth-century neuroscientist
Santiago Ramón y Cajal. In bringing together these influences, Friedman
mines the space between visceral and intellectual experiences of the
body to consider the ways in which our physical forms shape our
understanding of being human and our desire to transcend those
limits. On view through July 10 at Art@Bainbridge. Read more about
Friedman in Artnet.
Campus Art Outdoor
Walking Tours Saturdays and Sundays, 2 p.m.
University is home to one of the country’s most significant
collections of twentieth- and twenty-first-century public sculpture. Join a guided
walking tour and discover a variety of artworks by modern and
contemporary sculptors, from Henry Moore to Louise Nevelson. Tours
meet at 2 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine, through June
26. Details here.
Copenhagen, this minimalist yet outspoken watchfrom Larsen & Eriksen
depicts the evolution of time. Assembled by hand with Swiss
quartz movement and reinforced mineral crystal glass.
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Japanese, Edo period (1615–1868), Kubo Shunman, Horned Owl on Flowering
Branch. Princeton University Art Museum. Gift of Carl
Otto von Kienbusch