More About The Forum & The Lewis Center for the Arts

The new­ly opened Lewis Cen­ter for the Arts is designed to put the cre­ative and per­form­ing arts at the heart of the Prince­ton expe­ri­ence. This mis­sion is based on the con­vic­tion that expo­sure to the arts, par­tic­u­lar­ly to the expe­ri­ence of pro­duc­ing art, helps each of us to make sense of our lives and the lives of our neigh­bors.

The Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra applauds Prince­ton University’s com­mit­ment to the per­form­ing arts and their wis­dom in pro­vid­ing their stu­dent base access to the won­der that is the mind of the Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra’s founder … Gre­go­ry Stephen Tate.

The Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra per­for­mance on Jan­u­ary 16th will be locat­ed in The Forum which can be found below the plaza lev­el of the Lewis Arts com­plex.

On-cam­pus park­ing  |  Tiger­Tran­sit shut­tle routes  |  Down­town Prince­ton park­ing
Lim­it­ed free park­ing is avail­able adja­cent to 185 Nas­sau Street in Lot 10 (after 4:30 p.m. on week­days and from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. on week­ends) or in Lots 21 and 23 on the Prince­ton cam­pus.
Metered park­ing on Prince­ton streets is lim­it­ed to one or two hours in most cas­es and oper­ates from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Mon­day through Sat­ur­day. There are some streets with longer-term park­ing meters that are with­in easy walk­ing dis­tance of 185 Nas­sau Street, the Lewis Arts com­plex, the Berlind The­atre, and New South. Park­ing reg­u­la­tions are strict­ly enforced.  Three munic­i­pal park­ing garages that charge a fee are locat­ed on Cham­bers, Hul­fish and Spring streets in down­town Prince­ton.

A train known local­ly as “The Dinky” con­nects cam­pus (Prince­ton Sta­tion at Alexan­der Street) to Prince­ton Junc­tion.
North­bound NJ TRANSIT trains pass­ing through Prince­ton Junc­tion pro­vide direct ser­vice to New York City and Newark Lib­er­ty Inter­na­tion­al Air­port.   A south­bound trans­fer to the SEPTA region­al rail Tren­ton Line train at Tren­ton pro­vides ser­vice to Philadel­phia.  Amtrak trains con­nect Prince­ton Junc­tion to Wash­ing­ton, D.C., Boston and the broad­er region.