Fantasy in Figueres – Max Widmann ’24

When I traveled to Barcelona last summer, as is the case when I visit any new city, hitting the major museums and cultural institutions was at the top of my list. While Barcelona is home to a number of fabulous museums that are dedicated to the work of a single artist–including Museu Picasso and Fundació Read more about Fantasy in Figueres – Max Widmann ’24[…]

Galleries on the Go: A Night of Art in Town

Galleries on the Go: A Night of Art in Town Thursday, April 14 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.  Art@Bainbridge (158 Nassau Street), Art on Hulfish (11 Hulfish Street), and Arts Council of Princeton (102 Witherspoon Street) Join the SAB for a night of art at the Princeton University Art Museum’s two downtown galleries! Stop by Read more about Galleries on the Go: A Night of Art in Town[…]

Around The Circle: A Visit To The Guggenheim – Lois Wu ’23

I always love going home over break, not only because I get to see my friends and family, but also because I have an opportunity to see all of the great art in New York City. This past winter break, I was able to see Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, on view at the Museum Read more about Around The Circle: A Visit To The Guggenheim – Lois Wu ’23[…]

To See or Not To See? Virtual Art During Covid-19 – Aubrey Roberts ’25

On March 6, 2020, I visited the Dallas Museum of Art – my first time ever visiting an art museum. As soon as I stepped foot into the museum, with its soaring ceilings and countless galleries displaying art from all across the world and throughout history, I was overwhelmed by the beauty of it all. Read more about To See or Not To See? Virtual Art During Covid-19 – Aubrey Roberts ’25[…]