Panel discussion on Transformations in Engineering and the Arts
Exploration and creativity in this new course open to all Princeton students
Friday, June 2, from 10:00am – 11:00am in the Lewis Library, Bowl 120
In Transformations in Engineering and the Arts students explore the creative processes in engineering with the creative processes in the arts to question, design, and create as engineer-artists and artist-engineers. The class is held in the new StudioLab, which provides an array of enabling technologies including motion capture, theater lights, sound, projection, conductive fabric, 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC milling, computing, electronics, sensing, and building. The course is organized around four modules: Visuals, Sound, Structure and Movement, unified by “Transformations”. Faculty from MUS, CEE, MAE, COS, CST lead the course -- they are joined by faculty from VIS, DAN, THR, CWR. Students from all divisions and all years take the course.
We invite you to learn more about the course, student experiences, and ongoing opportunities.
Panelists: Naomi Ehrich Leonard ’85, Professor MAE and Director CST; Sigrid M. Adriaenssens, Associate Professor CEE; Aatish Bhatia, Associate Director, Eng. Ed., CST; Jane Cox, Senior Lecturer and Director THR; Martha Russo ’85, Artist, University of Colorado