ONE-TIME ONLY COURSE
ECOLOGY, ART AND ARCHITECTURE: PRINCETON STUDENT COLONY
Come meet the artists and learn about this upcoming Atelier course this Wednesday—Sept. 21, 12-1pm. Room 207. 185 Nassau Street. Refreshments served.
With renowned artist and ecologist Fritz Haeg and Princeton architect Dan Wood, students will colonize and temporarily domesticate the New South Lawn on Princeton’s campus to create an evolving laboratory/stage/lounge/platform for the performance of fundamental human activities such as cooking, composting, dancing, eating, gathering, gardening, moving, recycling, socializing, walking, washing.
Students will conceptualize, design, create and build the settlement over the course of the semester and occupy the site beginning with our first meetings in the winter while housed in an all weather tent.
Students with backgrounds and strong interest in any combination of the following are encouraged to apply: environmental studies, performance, design, intentional communities, ecology, theater, architecture, visual arts, homesteading, journalism, public space, gardens, urbanism, photography, dance, wildlife, video.