Memory and the Work of Art
A year of exhibitions, concerts, performances,
and lectures to mark the tenth anniversary
of September 11, 2001
How do the arts shape our collective memory of the past? How does art decipher loss and inform our experience of global events? This collaborative investigation into the relationship between the arts and cultural memory is organized by arts and cultural institutions at Princeton University and in the Princeton community throughout 2011.
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MEMORY AND THE WORK OF ART is made possible by grants from the Princeton University Arts Initiative and by sponsorship from the Princeton University Council of the Humanities, the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, the Princeton Departments of Psychology and Molecular Biology, and Allen R. Alder, Class of 1967.