A Place on the Wall

A Place on the Wall

"A Place on the Wall" is a student-led initiative that installs and curates photographs of students, alumni, staff, and faculty on walls throughout Barnard’s campus. The mission, at its core, is to honor and make visible the non-dominant identities held by members of the Barnard community.  Founded by DaMonique Ballou '17, along with Victoria Lee '17 and Tatiana Becerra '19, "A Place on the Wall" is supported by the Barnard Council on Diversity and Inclusion and SGA’s Committee on Arts and Culture. 

Visit the lounges in Elliott Hall to view the first exhibit. The exhibits will continue to expand across campus.

A Place on the Wall

Take Your Place on the Wall...

This student-led initiative aims to continue to install photographs across Barnard that reflect the diversity of the community.

We’re looking for individual photographers or student groups who have captured Barnard’s diverse community. If you have photos that reflect
and tell the stories of the diversity of communities at Barnard, or have a suggestion for additional locations, please share them with us.

Send your submissions to sgacoac@barnard.edu.