The Bio-Medical Library is hosting Body and Self by Emily Beron as the next installment in its rotating Art@Bio-Med exhibition series. This exhibit highlights two of Beron's watercolor series - Regress and Skin. Her paintings explore themes of the quiet daily battles each one of us go through, big or small.
This exhibit highlights unique engraved copper plates used to print topographic maps of Minnesota in the early 1900s, surveying and mapmaking techniques, and government documents related to the process. The plates are part of the evolution of government mapping and the history of the United States Geological Survey, from early mapping efforts to Geographic Information Systems.
In this exhibition, images from the James Ford Bell Library and the archives of the University's Department of Anthropology document the growth of anthropology and its history as an academic discipline at the U of M. The exhibit is open November 7, 2016 through March 24, 2017 at the Elmer L. Andersen Library Atrium Gallery.
Envisioning the Ecological Transformation of the Boundary Waters What: Invasive: Envisioning the Ecological Transformation of the Boundary Waters When: January 9 through February 19, 2017 Where: Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library About the Exhibit David Luke's body of work, Invasive, combines photographic imagery of northern...
Texts from the unique and richly illustrated history of early modern medical knowledge and healing in Japan and China are on view for the first time in a fascinating exhibition from the Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology and Medicine.
What the Fluxus is a two-part exhibition celebrating the visual, literary, and performing artists that traversed an internationally critical cultural and political period during the 1960s.