PU Visual Arts Program Exhibit at Hurley Gallery
“RUNTIME”: Part of a *graphic design exhibition* highlighting the work of current and former students in Princeton University’s Program in Visual Arts, this piece by Neeta Patel, Class of 2017, is an interface for Apple Watch that tracks the times when the user looks at the device and encourages behavior to look less frequently. Produced in VIS 415, Advanced Graphic Design. (Screenshot Courtesy the artist)
The Program in Visual Arts at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts presents *a graphic design exhibition* curated by award-winning faculty member, artist, and writer David Reinfurt, highlighting the work of 184 current and former students since the Lewis Center launched courses in graphic design in 2010.
The exhibition is on view through December 28 in the new Hurley Gallery at the Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton campus. The gallery is open daily 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. through December 15; open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from December 16-28 (closed December 22 and 25).
The exhibition draws from work created by 184 students who have taken graphic design courses from 2010 through the current semester and includes a mix of animated, printed, and digital media.
To learn more about this event, the Program in Visual Arts, and the more than 100 performances, exhibitions, readings, screenings, concerts and lectures offered each year at the Lewis Center, most of them free, visit arts.princeton.edu.