NIOT Princeton

Category: Exhibit


Making History Visible: Faculty Roundtable on Art and Visualizing the American Nation, December 1, 2017

On Friday, December 1, 2017,  2:00 pm, McCormick 101, in conjunction with the installation Making History Visible, Martha Sandweiss, director of the Princeton and Slavery Project, will moderate a discussion about how visual forms, economic systems, and civic institutions shape historical…

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Artist Talk: Titus Kaphar, November 16, 2017

On Thursday, November 16, 2017, 5:30 pm, at Princeton University, McCosh 10, join renowned American artist Titus Kaphar—whose work forms the conceptual core of the Museum’s engagement with the campus-wide conversation focused on the Princeton & Slavery Project—for a discussion…

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Joyce J. Scott and David Finkel in Dialogue, November 17, 2017

At Grounds for Sculpture, discussion between artist Joyce J. Scott and Pulitzer Prize winning Washington Post National Enterprise Editor and Reporter, David Finkel will focus on “the artist’s lifelong desire to provoke and encourage conversations on topics including racism, classism,…

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Artist Talk with Wendel White, “Manifest,” Thursday, November 9, 7pm

Manifest is an ongoing project to produce photographs of objects, documents, photographs, books, and other objects of African American material culture contained within public and private collections throughout the U.S. These repositories encompass elements such as diaries, slave collars, human…

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TONIGHT: Open Archives Princeton & Slavery Project Exhibit, October 30, 2017, 6:30 pm

The kick-off event of the Princeton Public Library’s Princeton & Slavery exhibit features the chance to view actual historical documents from the Princeton University Archives and the Historical Society of Princeton that were used in research for The Princeton &…

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