The Princeton University Art Museum Student Advisory Board invites you to a special opportunity to explore artwork from the Museum’s collections, up close and in person. Join Veronica White, Curator of Teaching and Learning, for an interactive discussion featuring several works including prints, drawings, and photographs. Space is limited and registration is required. Open to Princeton undergraduates only. THIS Read more about September 30th, 2022: Art Up Close – SOLD OUT[…]
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[…]
Let’s gather together again! Returning to an in-person celebration, this year’s student gala is inspired by our reunion with Princeton’s art, culture, and community.
Collaboration in Painting and PhotographyThursday, September 30 8 p.m. (EDT) Live onlineStudent Watch Party at Peyton Hall 145 The Art Museum’s Student Advisory Board welcomes the painter Arnold Chang, based in New Jersey, and the photographer Michael Cherney, based in China. The artists began collaborating in 2007 and have created a series of objects that blur the Read more about A Conversation with the Artists: Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney[…]
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the ways in which we express ourselves and perceive others. Masks now cover the majority of our facial expressions, we are kept from others at a six-foot boundary, and we spend most of the day speaking to screens, mimicking the socialization of a pre-COVID-19 world. With so many safety guidelines, how can we express ourselves, and how do we see others?
Friday, February 26th, 2021 @ 8:00 pm Join the Student Advisory Board of the Princeton University Art Museum for a live art-making program that will prompt you to think about ways of showing up for issues affecting your communities. Reflecting on the work of artist Elizabeth Catlett (1915–2012), Art & Archaeology PhD student Charmaine Branch Read more about Protest & Progress: A Poster-Making Workshop[…]
Join the SAB for an evening of art and conversation inspired by change. As we grapple with a global pandemic, the impacts of global climate change, and protests against racial injustice, we are reminded that art makes sense of and enacts change in moments of upheaval.
The Student Advisory Board of the Princeton University Art Museum welcomes Howardena Pindell for their annual visiting artist talk on Friday, Sept 25 at 5:30pm.
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.