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Buffalo Will See It Through

Part of the process of preparing for a major exhibit is to get familiar with the relevant material items in our collection. One of the things we did in the Library is to compile a bibliography, called Buffalo in World War I, which gives the researcher a good idea of what we have before planning a visit. 569 more words


Passages - Sarah Van Beckum

The show ends on September 29, 2017. Join us in the Health Sciences Library Gallery as we display Sarah Van Beckum’s latest journey into abstracting nature’s forms. 53 more words


Art Show: Let Your Mind Wander

Artwork by Alison Shull hanging Sept. 12 – Oct. 16, 2017
at Just a Taste, 116 N. Aurora St., Ithaca, NY.
M-Th 5:30-10pm, F & Sat. 355 more words


Abstracts: Essence Exhibit Reception Images Now Available

The exhibit reception July 10, 2016 was a lot of fun and well attended. Photos were taken by Bill North during the reception. Gayle Stevens, our mentor, was able to attend. 19 more words


Winners Announced: Designer Bookbinders International Competition 2017

On Monday evening the winners of Designer Bookbinders 3rd International Bookbinding competition ‘Hero Works’ were announced at the Awards Ceremony and exhibition opening at the Bodleian Library’s new Weston Library, Oxford. 163 more words


Phrenology - Mid 19th to early 20th century

From the 1840s to the 1920s, the popular medical movement of Phrenology took hold in the U.S. During this time phrenology was similar to pop-psychology. Phrenology was the pseudo-science that claimed to be able to identify a person’s character by the bumps on their skull. 96 more words


My artist talk video

In conjunction with my solo show last fall at Mitchell-Giddings FIne Art gallery, I gave an artist talk jointly with fellow fiber artist, Jackie Abrams… 32 more words