We’re used to going to museums and galleries for our art. But at Princeton, you run into art almost everywhere–there are gargoyles, murals, portraits and sculptures all over campus.
This outdoor, public art has to be orchestrated and organized by someone though, and I spoke to one of the people very much involved in that work: Lisa Arcomano, Manager of Campus Collections.
You can listen to our interview about the behind-the-scenes work that she does, but Campus Collections has put together an audio project of its own: a multimedia tour of the outdoor collection that you can take with you as you walk through campus, or experience from the comfort of your computer screen.
We featured a couple of those pieces this week, which you can listen to by clicking the images below: