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wE-unions is an interactive, playful, & all-invited event about environment, public space, justice, and community. Designed and led by students in the spring 2015 Atelier course, "Performing Environmental Stories," with professors Jenny Price and Kelly Baum. Monday, May 4, 2015 at 4 p.m. on Frist Campus Center Lawn Trash-themed PU-rade starts at 7:30 p.m.  
February 24, 2015 It s 2015 Do you know where your artists are? Increasingly, they’re heading out of the studio and into public spaces. They’re taking over sidewalks, revitalizing urban rivers, redesigning streets to be more people-friendly, and remediating industrial lots. As 21st-century artists partner with planners, engineers, and urban communities, they’re becoming major players in the efforts to remake and revitalize cities and neighborhoods. Panel Discussion 4:
PEI Barron Fellow, Jenny Price, discusses lessons drawn from the extinction of the passenger pigeon on BackStory, a public radio show covering contemporary issues through a historical lens.
As an environmentalist, an historian, an Urban Ranger, and a comedic writer, Jenny Price comes to Princeton University with a unique set of expertise and interests.
Apr 16, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · Guyot Hall Room 10 How many environmentalists does it take to screw in a light bulb? That’s not funny!—but why so serious? Join 3 irreverent environmentalists for a rollicking, knee-slapping, 83%-funny discussion of why environmentalism isn’t funny—and why it so desperately (seriously!) needs to acquire a sense of humor. Saving the planet optional. Performances included. Yoram Bauman is “the world’s