Copyright and VRC Media Collections
Princeton University School of Architecture Images, Recordings, Student Work, and Archives are copyrighted and may not be reproduced in any format without the expressed permission of all rights holders.
Fair Use: Requesting Copies for Research
According to U.S. Copyright law pertaining to Fair Use, material in the Visual Resources Collection can be used for noncommercial educational and scholarly purposes only (teaching, course presentations/papers, degree-related research). Our collections cannot be used in electronic or print publications (including scholarly publication and websites), exhibitions, or broadcasts without prior written permission from any and all applicable rights holders.
Digital copies of audio and video content may be requested via the Recording Request Form. Following applicable trademark and copyright laws, such copies are provided for personal use only. They are not provided for public use or distribution. If there is a more public need for this material, the holder is obligated to follow applicable trademark and copyright laws by seeking appropriate permission(s).
Material from the Student Work Archive is available for viewing in the Visual Resources Collection only, and may not be copied under any circumstances.
For more information about copyright and digital images owned or licensed by Princeton and currently available on ARTstor and Almagest, see the Department of Art & Archaeology's copyright page.