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New exhibit: The Wild And The Tamed

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Following the success of The New Feminists, Special Collections & Archives is excited to announce the unveiling of our second Fine Arts exhibit:  The Wild And The Tamed. Professor Tara Cooper writes that the “exhibition explores humanity’s relationship with nature—the wild and the tamed.”

Original studio work of 3rd- and 4th-year-students’ depicting scenes of folklore, fairy tales, literature, botany, and personal experience is on display accompanied by select material from the Archives.

The Wild And The Tamed is on display in the Doris Lewis Rare Book Room until April 28th.

We would like to thank Professor Tara Cooper for her continued support.  We would also like to express our gratitude to the following students for allowing us to display their work: Danielle Bennett, Lucia Lakatos, Lariana Ustariz, Weicheng Wang, Erin Tims, Carolyn Diemert, Taylor Singh, and Ching-Ting Hong.

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Carolyn Diemert, Bruce County, linocut, 2016.

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