"International Eye," an exhibition of photographs from around the globe taken by Princeton undergraduates, is being shown around campus this semester. The images showcase students' participation in international study, internships, service and research. Senior Win Suen won best in show for "Venetian Dreams," seen above.
Photos courtesy of the Office of International Programs
Video feature: Students look at the world with an 'international eye'
Posted March 4, 2013; 12:00 p.m.
Princeton University students are showcasing their many opportunities to experience life abroad through "International Eye," an exhibition of photographs taken by undergraduates while participating in international study, internships, service and research.
For a sampling of photographs, play the "International Eye" video.
The Office of International Programs sponsors the annual competition to select photos for the exhibition. A sampling of the photographs may be viewed in the video accompanying this article. The 2012 photographs were judged by photographer Allan Macintyre, lecturer in visual arts and the Lewis Center for the Arts, in six categories: People, Abstraction, Cityscape/Architecture, Landscape/Nature, A Window on Eurasia: Twenty Years After Communism and Innovations for Successful Societies. All of the winning entries may be viewed online on the Office of International Programs website.
The traveling exhibition of the winning photographs will be on view in the following locations on the Princeton campus:
- Burr Hall (2nd & 3rd Floors): Feb. 6-March 8
- Guggenheim Gallery, Whitman College: March 8-April 5
- Rockefeller College Common Room: April 5-May 1
- James S. Hall '34 Memorial Gallery, Butler College: May 1-May 28
- Burr Hall: May 30-June 2