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Events for Tuesday November 1, 2022

ArtPride Annual Meeting - Virtual

Tuesday November 1, 2022
10:00 AM

Each fall, ArtPride New Jersey convenes artists and arts professionals from across New Jersey for a look back at the past year and look forward to the next. This year, we'll be talking about resilience and will focus on celebrating our collective impact. Join us for important membership updates and upcoming initiatives and a moving keynote address from actor, writer, producer, and New Jersey native Kim Berrios Lin... plus a performance or two!

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Free Public Lecture - History of Greek Art from Homer to Alexander

Tuesday November 1, 2022
6:30 PM

Location: Princeton Academy of Art, Floor 2, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542

Explore the ancient world with Dr. Abbey Ellis of the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton! This exciting public lecture will explore the beginnings of Greek artistic production in the age of Homer, charting how it developed into the rapturous beauty of the age of Alexander the Great. Dr. Ellis will track the less-than-scrupulous attempts to uncover works of art at the sites of Troy and Mycenae, explore the repertoire of some of the biggest names in sculpture from antiquity, and unpick the major innovations in the representation of the human form that make Greek art so impactful to this day.

Entry is FREE and open to all. As Princeton Academy of Art is a non-profit arts organization, optional donations can be made at the door.

Author Event: Joyce Carol Oates & Maria DiBattista - The Babysitter: a Novel, Labyrinth Books

Tuesday November 1, 2022
7:00 PM

Labyrinth Live at the Library Presents Joyce Carol Oates in conversation with Professor Maria DiBattista. We are always thrilled to celebrate a new novel by Joyce Carol Oates. Join us at the Library or check back here soon for the link to register for the livestream.

From one of America’s most renowned storytellers—the best-selling author of Blonde—comes a novel about love and deceit, and lust and redemption, against a backdrop of shocking murders in the affluent suburbs of Detroit. Margaret Atwood describes this book as “unsettling, mysterious, deft, sinister, eerily plausible.”

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