Hear from a panel of Princeton alumni, faculty, and others whose lives have been impacted by the ongoing strikes of SAG/AFTRA and the Writers Guild. Get an insiders’ perspective around the key issues on the negotiating table, including salary equity in the age of streaming, and the use of generative AI. Moderated by Professor of the Practice in Creative Writing A.M. Homes.
Presented as part of the Arts at Work series sponsored by the Lewis Center for the Arts and Center for Career Development.
Student Networking Reception: 5 p.m.
Princeton students are invited to come early from 5-6 p.m. for informal conversation and pizza with the panelists. Co-hosted by the newly formed student organization, Princeton in Hollywood (U). Seats to the panel discussion in the James Stewart Film Theater will be reserved for students who attend the pre-reception.
Tickets & Details
The panel discussion is free and open to the public; no reservations required.
The networking reception is open to students; registration is required.