Yale, Princeton collaborate to analyze works of photographer Clarence White
September 28, 2017
A group of Yale undergraduate students visited Princeton University Art Museum with scholars from the Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage to analyze photographs by 19th-century pictorialist Clarence M. White prior to their exhibition. The collaboration brought together two institutions and numerous disciplines — across the arts, humanities and sciences — for the broadest exposure to this rare collection, an introduction to new analytical techniques, and real-life learning about a museum exhibition.
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