Princeton alumni brothers Monte J. Wallace and Neil W. Wallace have contributed $15 million for the first individual building named in the University's planned arts complex.
A $4.5 million gift from Allen R. Adler, a member of Princeton’s Class of 1967, and his wife, Frances Beatty Adler, will endow a curatorship, lectureship, and a programs and exhibition fund at the Princeton University Art Museum.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Princeton a $3.3 million challenge grant to support the University’s creation of the Fellows in the Creative and Performing Arts program, which will bring innovative early- to mid-career artists to campus.
A $5 million gift from Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger of Dallas, both members of Princeton University's Class of 1976, will endow the directorship of the Princeton University Art Museum.
Princeton Atelier Director Stacy Wolf explains how a choreographer and an engineer, or an architect and a conceptual artist, join to create art in collaboration with students.
Bernice F. Holmes K51 of Hendersonville, North Carolina, was the sister of Theodore H. Holmes ’51, a biology major who became a poet. When her brother died in 1971 at the age of 42, Bernice established a charitable remainder trust at Princeton and a bequest to the University in his memory.
Princeton's cultural life, particularly in music and the humanities, has been immeasurably enhanced by the support of Professor Edward T. Cone '39, who died in October 2004.
A $4 million gift from Anthony H. P. Lee ’79 will enhance the study and performance of jazz at Princeton.
Princeton University has named its new arts center the Peter B. Lewis Center for the Arts in recognition of the $101 million gift Lewis pledged last year to support the University's major arts initiative.