Interactive Atelier Course Evolves After Pandemic Closes Campus
In the Spring of 2020 I began documenting the Princeton Atelier course, The Understor(e)y: Suspension, Movement, Space, a unique project centered around a collaboration with dance, net sculptures, engineering and sound. When the coronavirus pandemic forced a campus-wide evacuation, the students, faculty and staff worked together to address the seemingly-impossible task of translating this highly interactive class to a virtual space. My mission with this video also evolved as I pivoted to telling a story of resilience during an historic time. You can learn more about the story that I shot, reported, produced and edited on the Lewis Center for the Arts website.

Watch how an Atelier class centered around collaboration with dance, net sculptures, engineering and sound adapted to remote learning after the pandemic shut down campus.

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