The stories of women as workers are as complex, varied, and engaging as the women themselves. Visit the contentious battleground of women in the workforce and discover the laborers, pioneers, troublemakers, and reformers documented across the Archives and Special Collections. November 11, 2019 through February 21, 2020 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, 1st Floor Main Gallery.
The exhibit "Bluff Towns: Looking Down the Mississippi River" features drone and panoramic photographs by David Husom. The exhibit is open October 17 through December 15, 2019 at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall.
Our relationship with food is complex. Food sustains us as living entities, but it also plays a key role in how we live our lives. This exhibition, and its online companion exhibit, explore the history of our relationship with food in the premodern era using sources as varied as travel narratives, art, fairy tales, sagas, and medicinal recipes. October 14, 2019 through January 31, 2020 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, Wallin Center, Bell Gallery (ground floor).
The Wangensteen Historical Library's new exhibit — "The Secret Lives of Books" — reveals the past and present secret lives of books and tells their captivating stories of health, illness, and the human experience. In an evolving exhibit experience, guest-curated exhibit vignettes will be changed each month to reveal more stories about rare books and their intersections with current events, historical experiences, and the research programs at the University of Minnesota.
Minnesota is sometimes referred to as the land of 10,000 lakes and 100 countries. This exhibit celebrates the communities of New Americans who have shaped Minnesota into a strong, multicultural state. It also celebrates the International Institute of Minnesota. October 14, 2019 through January 20, 2020 at Elmer L. Andersen Library, 2nd and 3rd Floor Atrium Gallery.
The Bio-Medical library is hosting the “Yoga ON Ice” by artists Nancy Chakrin and Laurie Ellis-Young as the next installment in its rotating Art@Bio-Med exhibit series.