What's Sacred?
Princeton Views


These photographs are a collection of artistic responses by the Princeton community to the question "What Is Sacred?" The results include every day images of people, buildings, nature, sculpture, and icons that are portrayed in such a way that they point the viewer beyond the ordinary to the transcendent and the profound. We hope that you, the viewer, might consider the sacred in your own life as you look at the people, places, and things that surround you every day.

Dean Paul B. Raushenbush

Special Commendation goes to:
A Thousand Words
by Zachary Ruchman,'10
Cryogenesis by Dean Shaban, '10
Evolution by Khang Nguyen, '07.

Vice President Janet Dickerson
Prof. Eve Aschheim, Visual Arts
Prof. Jeff Stout, Religion
Dean Thomas Dunne, ODUS
Ben Amster, '07, Daily Princetonian
Dean Paul B. Raushenbush, Office of Religious Life

This exhibit was sponsored by the Office of Religious Life, the Office of Undergraduate Students, the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life, and the Program in Visual Arts.

Office of Religious Website