More than 160 Princeton alumni gathered for the Lewis Center LA Party earlier this month.
Silvia Mautner, courtesy the Lewis Center

More than 160 Princeton alumni from Southern California who work in the arts and creative professions gathered at Sony Pictures Studios Commissary in Culver City for the inaugural Lewis Center LA Party Feb. 2. The event was hosted by arts advisory council member David E. Kelley ’79 and fellow alumni A. Scott Berg ’71, Padraic Duffy ’96, Winnie Holzman ’76, David Roussève ’81, Vanessa Schwartz ’86, and David Zabel ’88. Kelley, Lewis Center Chair Michael W. Cadden, and Visual Arts Program Director Joseph Scanlan shared updates on the arts programs at Princeton, including a video presentation about the new Lewis Center for the Arts complex, opening in the coming fall.