Arts at Work brings together Princeton University alumni, students, and other creative professionals through speaker and panel discussions, artists’ showcases, social events, workshops and seminars. The program illustrates possible career paths in the arts and creative fields, and forges connections between current students and alumni in the arts.
Arts at Work is sponsored by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Center for Career Development, with support from Princeton Arts Alumni and Princeton Hollywood.
Current Arts At Work programs include:
Arts At Work: NYC
A summer series of arts performances and showcases, panel discussion, and site visits that introduce students working in New York City during the summer months to creative alumni and the various arts institutions they serve.
Arts At Work: Script to Screen (Wintersession)
A day-long seminar that showcases careers in entertainment through workshops and panel discussions led by alumni currently working in Hollywood.
Arts At Work: Feeding the Arts
A series of dinners that brings together small groups of students with creative alumni for intimate and informal career discussions.
Arts At Work: Alumni Day
This day-long mini-conference will bring creative alumni to campus for a series of workshops and panels that introduce participants to creative careers in theater, dance, music, visual arts and entertainment.
Additional partners include the Department of Music, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, Graduate School and ODUS, with alumni support through Princeton Arts Alumni and Princeton in Hollywood.