Program in Visual Arts

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A still life patiently awaits a drawing class in a 185 Nassau Street studio.

The Program in Visual Arts, part of the Lewis Center for the Arts, offers studio courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, digital photography, sculpture, ceramics, and video/film, as well as seminars and lectures in both contemporary art practices and the history and theory of film.

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Photo: Jon Roemer

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That's some kind of "still" life. Bones -- and no skin. Reminds me of my nickname when I entered Princeton in the fall of 1953: "Bones" -attributable to my weight of 130 pounds, stretched over a height of 6'4". As an Art History major, I'm really pleased that P.U. has embraced teaching the creative and performing arts. Ta ta...