The News & Information Web site at Washington University in St. Louis provides the images below for free use by media for purposes of news coverage of the exhibition Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture, on view at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum Sept. 19, 2008, to Jan. 5, 2009. All other uses are prohibited. Please read the full Image Use Policy below.
Image Use Policy
All WUSTL photos on this site are provided free to media representatives for purposes of news coverage. All other uses are prohibited. Washington University’s granting of access to this site and the imagery contained on it does not imply unlimited use permissions nor any release of copyright restrictions. WUSTL images are provided for one-time, news-related use only. Use of images in commercial, non-news-related publications, CD-ROMS and Web sites, or any other for-profit use, is prohibited. If images are to be used on a news Web site, their use must be of finite term (i.e. images may not remain online indefinitely). Long-term use is prohibited.
Non-WUSTL images may be for WUSTL permission granted use only or may be proprietary and prohibited for any secondary use. Please contact WUSTL Public Affairs for details regarding use of a specific non-WUSTL image.
Appropriate image credits for each image must be used. Images shall not be displayed online in the high resolution format provided on this site, but must be reduced to screen resolution (72 dpi) and may not display larger than 640 pixels on one side. Digital images may not be redistributed for third-party, non-media use.
Washington University’s Office of Public Affairs reserves the right to withhold access to images if false representation is suspected or there are questions about intended usage. Washington University is not responsible for any errors created in or damage to the materials as a result of their use. Copyright restrictions may apply to non-WUSTL photos used on this site.
Washington University is not responsible for any errors created in or damage to the materials as a result of their use.