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Jun 18

Gould Library open, Exhibits

Come visit Gould Library!

Sunday, June 18th, 2017
9:00 am – 12:00 pm / Gould Library

Visit the Gould Library and check out a variety of exhibits, including:

  • In the Gould Library Athenaeum, the 150th exhibition INDEPENDENCE OF THOUGHT: An Unfolding Story 1866-2016 will be will reprised in part. The exhibition was curated last year by students under the guidance of Gary Vikan ’67 and was presented Sept. 23-Nov. 16, 2016 in the Braucher Gallery of the Perlman Teaching Museum. Items from CARLETON IN THE ARCHIVES, an exhibition within the 150th exhibition that was curated by students of Professor William North, will also be represented.
  • SESQUICENTENNIAL LEGO EXHIBIT. As part of Carleton’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, Lego renderings of three iconic buildings — Willis,
    Goodsell, and Skinner Chapel — were commissioned, designed and built by John Hassett ’00.
  • 31st ANNUAL OFF-CAMPUS STUDIES PHOTO EXHIBIT. A perennial favorite of Carleton students, faculty and staff, this exhibit of the Off-Campus Studies Photo Contest winners features 25 photographs from over 200 entries, with prizes awarded in the person, place, story, and library categories.
  • THE BOB AND CAROLYN NELSON FIRST EDITION COLLECTION. In celebration of their generous gift to Gould Library, this exhibit features a selection of pristine first edition volumes added by Bob Nelson’62 and his wife, Carolyn Williamson Nelson ‘63.
  • PUBLIC MEMORY OF MYANMAR. An exhibit celebrating the launch of the digital archive recording Burmese public memory and history, curated by Professor Tun Myint and Carleton students who have traveled with him to his home country to assist with research.

Sponsored by Reunion 2017. Contact: Erin Updike, x4554