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Events/Exhibits in Collins Library – Summer 2019

JUNE June 3 – July 31: Puget Sound Book Artists’ Exhibit, (June 3 – July 31, 2019)  Featuring Artists with Unique and Original Books. June 13: Puget Sound Book Artists’ Exhibit Reception and Awards, Featuring Artists with Unique and Original … Continue reading

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Tiny Pricks Project: Tweets, Textiles, and Trump, November 1, 2019, 4:00–5:30pm, Archives Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Collins Library

As of October 14th, registration for this event has reached the maximum capacity. We appreciate your interest and remind you that the exhibition of Weymar’s work will be on display in the Collins Library until December 12, 2019. _________________ Artist … Continue reading

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Lecture: A Mind at Work: May Morris and Subversive Stitching, September 14, 2019, 1:30-3:00pm, Collins Library Room 053 (lower level)

In this presentation, Dr. Wager will explore the work of May Morris (1862-1938), an accomplished designer, embroiderer, public speaker, writer, educator, advocate for social causes, and founder of the Women’s Guild of Arts. Morris’s legacy is tied to her father, … Continue reading

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Music in the Library: HARPISTS, Friday, April 26, 3-3:20pm, West Reading Room, Collins Library

HARPISTS Friday, April 26th, 2019 3:00-3:20 pm West Reading Room Performances by: Augusta Grassl, Sienna Murphy, and Christina Sumprer    

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London Centre for Book Arts: a presentation by founders Simon Goode and Ira Yonemura, April 24, 3:00-4:00pm, Archives Seminar Room

Based in what was once the heart of London’s print industry, the London Centre for Book Arts (LCBA) is an artist-run, open-access studio offering education programs for the community and affordable access to resources for artists and designers.   The Centre’s … Continue reading

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Diagonals and Parallels: Exploratory Intersections in Music, Archives and Feminist Praxis: Megan Mitchell, April 29, 3:00-4:00pm, Archives Seminar Room, Collins Library

Presentation By Megan Mitchell Audio Archivist, Puget Sound Class of 2012 Megan Mitchell traverses the intersections of music, gender, and social justice in various capacities. As proprietor of the index of female/trans/non-binary composers of experimental music, Many Many Women, she acts … Continue reading

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Celebration of Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Creative Work, April 17, 4:00-5:00pm, East Reading Room, Collins Library

The library is pleased to host the annual celebration of Puget Sound faculty and staff scholarship and creative works.  Publications spanning articles, books, edited journals, musical scores, artwork, as well as recognition of performances and other notable scholarship, will be … Continue reading

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Beta Theta Pi Exhibit, Saturday, March 30, 2019, Gallery Room, Collins Library

March 30: Beta Theta Pi Exhibit, (March 30–April 13), Gallery Room, Collins Library. Beta Theta Pi-Delta Epsilon Chapter is going to have an alumni and campus event at the University of Puget Sound, to celebrate its 1000th member and 53rd anniversary. … Continue reading

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Refugee Narratives and the Digital Humanities, presentation by Professor Carolyn Baugh, March 29th, 1:30-3:00pm, Archives Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Collins Library

Carolyn Baugh is the Associate Professor of History at Gannon University, the Director of the Women’s Studies Program, as well as the Director of the Refugee Oral History Program. Dr. Baugh will focus on the Voice of Erie Oral History … Continue reading

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Botanizing Hope—Mentors, methods and materials, Presentation by Seattle Artist Lou Cabeen, March 26th, 4:00–5:00pm, Archives Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Collins Library

In this informal, illustrated artist lecture Lou Cabeen will share the sources of inspiration that led to her current body of work which includes stitched artist books, letterpress printing and embroidery. The works in this lecture include the first fruits … Continue reading

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