STC/EGR/MUS 209: Transformations in Engineering and the Arts

Faculty Perspective


Student Perspective

STC209 examines transformations between visuals, sound, structure, and movement. This course explores the notion of generative art, and investigates the parallels between design processes in engineering and the arts. Students learn to work as artists and engineers, and create ambitious open-ended design projects exploring these themes. STC209 fulfills the STL or LA distribution requirement. Transformations in Engineering and the Arts is taught by faculty from CST, COS, MAE, MUS, CEE along with visiting artists, and guest faculty from the Lewis Center for the Arts.

Course Faculty:
Naomi Leonard
Maria Garlock
Sigrid Adriaenssens *
Adam Finkelstein *
Jeffrey Snyder *

*denotes 2019 faculty

Participating Faculty:
Jane Cox
Martha Friedman
A.M. Homes
Rebecca Lazier
Susan Marshall
Dan Trueman
Aynsley Vandenbroucke
Jeff Whetstone

Learn More:

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Please contact Joseph Capizzi with questions.


Engineering+Art= Transformations

Serena Zheng '17 blogs about STC 209, "The coolest class I've taken at Princeton!"
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Council on Science and Technology STC209