• event,  Lunch and Language

    Lunch and Language – Vietnamese (3/27)

    On beautiful Spring day two IEGAP members – Chi Chung and Quoc Nguyen gave us a glimpse into rich Vietnamese culture and food. They also brought homemade Vietnamese food. We learned what bánh is and how it tastes and when and how you should celebrate Tết. Thank you!

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    Princeton International Series: Capernaum (4/4)

    This film is a part of Princeton International Cinema Series and IEGAP members are eligible for free tickets (and free popcorn). “Capernaum” This powerful, intimate story from Lebanon floored audiences at Cannes and the Toronto International Film Festival and is Academy Award-nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. After running away from a life of squalor and his negligent parents, committing a violent crime, and being sentenced to five years in jail, a gutsy, streetwise 12-year-old boy sues his parents “for giving me life.” https://princetongardentheatre.org/films/shoplifters-event Running time: 2hr 6min Director: Nadine Labaki (Lebanon)

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    From Within – art exhibit (3/14)

    This special art exhibit showcased the hidden talents of amateur artists on staff and faculty, including our very own Chanika Svetvilas and Jennifer Cabral-Pierce.  IEGAP members gathered to listen to artists’ commentary on their art project. It was very moving to hear Chanika and Jeniffer’s stories about their art and experiences. Few words from IEGAP members: Thank you for sharing your art with us.The talk was impressive, moving and very emotional.  This is what art should be deep connection with the people. Thank you both – Jennifer and Chanika for sharing your art and stories! It was such a great experience, you touched our hearts. Thank you Jennifer and Chanika for sharing…

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    IEGAP meeting minutes (from 2/22)

    For those IEGAP members that were not able to join us, we wanted to make sure everyone has the upcoming events and can mark their calendars in advance and hopefully join us.  Upcoming Events Art exhibition FROM WITHIN Artist Talk with Chanika Svetvilas and Jennifer Cabral-Pierce This special art exhibit showcases the hidden talents of amateur artists on staff and faculty from within Fitz-Randolph gates at Princeton University. Thursday, March 14th, 12 noon to 1 pm113 Dickinson HallLunch/Refreshment will be providedRSVP sign up sheet will be sent out in the next week. Princeton International Cinema Spring Series Wednesday, March 6th – Shoplifters (Japan)Thursday, April 4th – Capernaum (Lebanon)Thursday, May 2nd…

  • Cinema Series,  event

    Princeton Interational Series: Shoplifters (3/6)

    This film is a part of Princeton International Cinema Series and IEGAP members are eligible for free tickets (and free popcorn). “Shoplifters” Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Koreeda won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for this wonderful, understated drama. SHOPLIFTERS follows a group of misfit petty criminals, young and old, who form a family unit and share a small apartment. Despite the family’s troubles, Koreeda finds moments of humor in this poignant and affecting film. https://princetongardentheatre.org/films/shoplifters-event Running time: 2hr Country: Japan

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    Princeton International Series: The Guilty (2/7)

    This film is a part of Princeton International Cinema Series and IEGAP members are eligible for free tickets (and free popcorn). “The Guilty” THE GUILTY is an innovative Danish thriller that premiered to nearly unanimous praise at the Cannes Film Festival. A police dispatcher answers an emergency call from a kidnapped woman. When the call is disconnected, he sets out to solve the case with only his phone as a tool. An expertly-paced, tense drama. https://princetongardentheatre.org/films/the-guilty     Running time: 1hr 25min Country: Denmark  

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    Princeton International Series: Liyana (1/10)

      This film is a part of Princeton International Cinema Series and IEGAP members are eligible for free tickets. “Liyana” Five orphaned children in Swaziland collaborate to tell a story about a girl who embarks on a dangerous quest to rescue her young twin brothers. Their fictional character’s journey, depicted through animation, is interwoven with poetic and observational documentary scenes to create a genre-defying celebration of collective storytelling, perseverance, and the power of creativity.   Running time 1 hour, 17 minutes. Directed by Aaron Kopp, Amanda Kopp       More information at: https://princetongardentheatre.org/films/liyana  

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    Holiday Potluck Luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at noon

    Please save the date for our annual Holiday Potluck Luncheon which will be held at Carl Fields Center, Class of 1985 meeting room on Tuesday December 18th, from 12:00pm to 1:30pm. To RSVP please contact Melissa DiMeglio or Alicja Tadych. IEGAP members are encouraged to bring a dish to share (details will be provided in the email).   We will do again White Elephant Gift Exchange (gift price around $10). The rules are simple: 1. Everyone (participating) brings one wrapped gift (just something small/nice/funny within $10 range).  2. We put all the gifts into a pile and we determine the sequence of people opening the gifts. 3. We sit in a circle and the first player chooses one gift from a…

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    Princeton International Cinema Series: Mary and the Witch’s Flower (12/6)

    This film is a part of Princeton International Cinema Series and IEGAP members are eligible for free tickets (and free popcorn). The film is shown at Princeton Garden Theatre on Thursday, Dec 6 at 5:30pm. “Mary and the Witch’s Flower” An adventure story about a young girl named Mary, who discovers a flower that grants magical powers for one night.         Country of origin: Japan Running time 1 hour, 43 minutes.   https://princetongardentheatre.org/films/mary-and-the-witchs-flower

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