“St. Jude’s Grotto” by Angélica María Vielma ’18.

This exhibition features photographs by Princeton students and recent graduates, focusing on the University’s diverse student population, their experiences at home, and their lives at Princeton. The pictures reveal the hyphenated lives that students lead — between cultures, between identities, between spaces. HYPHEN is curated by Professor of Visual Arts Jeffrey Whetstone and visual arts alumna Sydney King ’17.

The exhibit will remain open indefinitely in the upper and lower hyphens, or connecting corridors, of Chancellor Green.


The event and exhibition is organized by the Princeton University’s Public Spaces Working Group (PSWG), part of the Campus Iconography Committee (CIC).

Map + Directions

Chancellor Green Rotunda is located adjacent to East Pyne building on the University campus.

View directions and campus maps, information on parking and public transit, and other venue information on our Venues & Directions page »

+ Google Map

Presented By

  • Campus Iconography Committee
  • Princeton University