Mar 20

Mystery, Mischief, and Magical Thinking at Carleton

The culminating exhibit of artist Holly Streekstra's residency in Gould Library.

Friday, March 20th, 2020
Gould Library, 4th Floor Lobby

This event takes place each day from January 17th, 2020 to March 20th, 2020.

This event occurs on:

Holly Streekstra, Gould Library Artist in Residence

Streekstra Library image


Mystery, Mischief and Magical Thinking at Carleton presents a fanciful portrait of the College. From its miraculous beginnings, Carls have shown themselves to be curious, inspired thinkers. Exhibits and interventions within the library explore distinctions between rational thought and the power of imagination, bringing a new perspective to the College Archives.

Holly Streekstra is this year's artist in residence at Gould Library. She is a sculptor and installation artist who employs multiple modes and forms of expression, investigating what she considers our inner subjective states and psychic vulnerability in the contemporary world. She is especially interested in raising questions regarding socially acceptable notions and reactions, the choice to suspend disbelief, and our capacity for doubt.

This exhibit will be continuously installed over the course of Winter Term 2020.

Sponsored by Library. Contact: Zoe Adler, x7182