Cody Kohn

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Hi! I’m Cody, a senior in the Art & Archaeology department (Practice of Art) from San Diego, California. I spent my junior year mainly practicing sculpture, but I also occasionally work in digital photography, graphic design, drawing, collage, and makeup. Before attending Princeton, I was a musician, and I had no intention of majoring in Art & Archaeology. However, as a pre-med student, my course load is so heavy in STEM. As a result, I decided my major should offer some variation to my studies. I had been interested in the visual arts since I was young, but I never had the opportunity to give them much attention. During my freshman year at Princeton, I took Intro Sculpture, thinking it would be my first and last arts course during my years at the University. I found that the visual arts offered a much needed escape from the overwhelming pressure of STEM courses, and I could not imagine having to trade my sculpture shop hours for bio lab hours. Majoring in Art & Archaeology has offered me experiences and ways of thinking I would have otherwise not been exposed to. I am grateful to have the resources and advisors that I have available to me in the Art & Archaeology department, as well to have joined such a welcoming and enjoyable group of students in the Practice of Art track. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about the Visual Arts at Princeton!

Class of '19

Program in Visual Arts

Residential College


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