Department of Special Collections, 976 Memorial Library
August 27 – December 24, 2018
Highlights include: artists’ books that respond to contemporary political issues; Japanese materials related to the Russo-Japanese War and World War II; original paintings of cats and dogs by comic artist (and UW-Madison faculty member) Lynda Barry; selections from the Ben Sidran Papers and the archive of Cuca Records; realia from the LGBTQ Archive Project; and rare books and manuscripts in the areas of history of science, women’s literature, and much more.
The exhibit was curated by a collective of staff members (Susan Barribeau, Jeanette Casey, Paloma Celis-Carbajal, Yoriko Dixon, Lyn Korenic, Katie Nash, Robin Rider, and Lisa Wettleson), under the leadership of Carly Sentieri.
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