SEE CHANGE:        Art & Upheaval


How does art help us understand moments of upheaval?
And how can art help bring about change? 

As we grapple with a global pandemic, climate change, and racial injustice, art can help us make sense of upheaval; it can help bring change, solace, re-imagination, and community building. This digital exhibition includes Princeton University students’ creative responses inspired by the theme of change.


Maria Fleury ‘22
Eliana Gagnon ‘23
Leila Grant ‘24
Jared William Holeman ‘21
Jimin Kang ‘21
Imaan Khasru ‘23
Madison Mellinger ‘23
David Timm ‘22


The SAB of the Princeton University Art Museum is a group of undergraduate students dedicated to promoting an inclusive, accessible, and welcoming Museum space for the Princeton undergraduate community. Board members plan student events inspired by artwork in the Museum’s collections and collaborate with student groups and community partners to incorporate diverse voices into our programming. The board is committed to facilitating ongoing dialogues about equity, anti-racism, access, and inclusion in the Princeton arts community.

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