Princeton University's Art of Science
Amazing science and technology investigations are underway at Princeton University and they have the images to prove it! Don’t miss the “Art of Science,” an exhibition of the top 45 photographs from the University’s annual competition of the same name. Selected by one of the great photographers of our time, retired Princeton professor Emmet Gowin; with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum, these amazing pictures offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Featured works were submitted as part of a competition that began in 2005, organized to judge the most aesthetically pleasing images produced during the course of scientific research at the University. Free with paid admission or membership.