On Friday, October 12, the SAB hosted acclaimed artist Jim Sanborn. Ryan Golant, Chair of Academic Outreach invited Sanborn and organized the talk. An Astrophysical Sciences major at Princeton, Ryan chose Sanborn because he “wanted someone who could engage not only the artists at Princeton, but also the scientists, the mathematicians, the engineers—that whole other Read more about Jim Sanborn: On The Fusion of Art and Science – Grace Guan ’20[…]
The Student Advisory Board invites you to an evening of art, music, conversation, and performances inspired by the theme of migrations and the Art Museum’s exhibitions “Migration and Material Alchemy” and “Photography and Belonging”. The night will feature a podcast-style audio tour and playlist inspired by artworks chosen by student cultural and activist groups, followed Read more about Inspiration Night 2018: Migrations[…]
Heartbreak can be a great muse. Whether you are happily in love, boycotting it forever, or somewhere in between, the Museum’s Student Advisory Board invites you to share your pain at Failed Love, an annual event featuring live music, poetry readings, lots of chocolate, and great art!
Last month, we ended our year together as the 2017 Student Advisory Board with our annual gala at the Princeton University Art Museum. Themed as “Back in Time in Black and White”, the gala was centered around the Museum’s special exhibition Clarence H. White and His World: The Art and Craft of Photography, 1895-1925. The Read more about Reflections on the SAB 2017 Gala: Back in Time in Black and White[…]
The Princeton University Art Museum’s Student Advisory Board hosts the accclaimed American artist Dread Scott to present their annual visiting artist talk. Scott’s work, which he calls “revolutionary art to propel history forward,” powerfully addresses such topics such as American imperialism, the history and legacies of slavery, symbols of nationalism, police brutality and police Read more about 2017 Visiting Artist Talk: Dread Scott[…]
INSPIRATION NIGHT 2017: ARTS AND ACTIVISM THURSDAY, APRIL 13 7-9 PM Get socially engaged in art! To feature food, student performances, and interactive discussions with student activist groups! Schedule of events: 7 – 7:15pm: Welcome and Screening of Inspiration Night: Art and Activism Video 7:15 – 8pm: Inspiration Stations: You are encouraged to visit the exhibition Read more about Inspiration Night 2017: Arts and Activism[…]
FAILED LOVE 2017 FEBRUARY 16 Heartbreak can be a great muse. Whether you are happily in love, boycotting it forever, or somewhere in-between, the Museum’s Student Advisory Board invites you to celebrate the power of a broken heart to inspire art! Live student performances, lots of dessert from Chez Alice, and great art to discover at Read more about Failed Love 2017[…]
Come to the Student Advisory Board to the Princeton University Art Museum’s annual gala to enjoy student performances, food & drink (alcohol served to those 21+), and a scavenger hunt with t-shirt giveaways! Semi-formal attire encouraged but not required. Discover great art at YOUR art museum! Check out Facebook photos here!
November 15th | 4:30-5:30 Join us for a toast to celebrate the opening of a display of ancient coins organized by Dr. Alan Stahl and students Daniel Elkind ’17, Constantin Weickart ’17, and Hannah Baumann ’18. Stop by to check out a remarkable collection of ancient and medieval coins formerly housed in Firestone library.
The Student Advisory Board presents the annual Artist Lecture series. Artist Iris Scott, known for her finger painting technique, will discuss her work and career on Friday, October 21st at 2:30 pm in Whig Hall. A finger painting workshop will follow