The exhibition was designed to focus on issues surrounding land use in the “countryside”, roughly defined as any non-urban area… I love art museums and think that finding a sustainable human-environment relationship is one of the most pressing issues of our day, but I don’t generally think of art museums as champions of environmental activism—I wanted to see how these topics were brought together in this “not-art-exhibition”.
Usually when going to an art museum, I expect to mill around the galleries looking at various paintings or wander down a few statue-filled corridors. However, my visit to Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition in Seattle completely turned my idea of being immersed in art on its head. The long-term exhibition first opened at Seattle Read more about Color on a Cloudy Day – A Visit to Seattle’s Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition – Sienna Byrne ’23[…]
Annabelle Berghof ’23 describes her experiences drawing and painting – a way for her to find a moment of peace and an escape from her surroundings.
Have an exciting, art-filled summer with these coloring pages inspired by objects from the Princeton University Art Museum collections!
To celebrate the diverse perspectives of our own campus community,
the Student Advisory Board of the Princeton University Art Museum
(SAB) invites you to submit photographs to be digitally displayed as
part of a collaborative photography project. The project is inspired by the exhibition Life Magazine and the Power of Photography, which showcases photography as a storytelling medium with the ability to preserve and re-articulate human experiences.
As someone pursuing a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy, I often think about how to fuse art and engineering to tackle complex problems in the healthcare space. One such problem is that of designing a temporary medical facility used in remote locations to deliver emergency care. As a cost-effective alternative to traditionally constructed Read more about Architecture for Global Health – Grace Guan ’20[…]