After Genocide: Collected Stories
August 24 – October 8, 2015
The Woodrow Wilson School’s Bernstein Gallery presents exhibitions that stimulate thinking about contemporary policy issues. A professional curator mounts four to six shows a year.
By presenting high-quality photography and fine art exhibitions for Princeton students and faculty, the gallery enhances the educational impact of the course curriculum.
Because the gallery is open to the general public, the shows also make a cultural contribution to the community at large.
Show topics vary widely and range from human rights, world health and education to war, national security, poverty and politics.
In addition to professional art, student shows that depict work done in conjunction with their studies are presented in the Bernstein Gallery Annex.
The gallery and the annex are part of the Bernstein Lobby, dedicated in 1991 to the memory of Marver Bernstein Ph.D. ’48, first dean of the Woodrow Wilson School, and his wife and collaborator, Sheva Bernstein. The space was renovated in 2002, and the shift to policy-themed art put into place.
Entrance is free.
September–May: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
June–August: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
To view during off hours, or to schedule a tour for a large group, please contact: