You are responsible for attending at least three of the following events. You should submit a 2 page write up for each event you attend.
Events with Specific Dates/Times (Rsvp requirements & fees may apply: please check details online.)
Feb 1, 1-2: Guided Tours by Curator, “A True Friend of the Cause Lafayette and the Antislavery Movement”
Feb 21 , 6:00 PM–8:30 PM, Columbia University, Talk: “What Middletown Read: Rediscovering Late Nineteenth-Century American Reading Habits”
March 3, 6:30: Center for Book Arts: History of Art Series, Panel 1: Paper as Vehicle for History and Memory
March 17, 6:30: Center for Book Arts: History of Art Series, Panel 2: Paper as Social Practice, Engagement, and Intervention
March 31, 6:30: Center for Book Arts: History of Art Series, Panel 3: Paper as Haptic Experience. NOTE: Suggested Donation $5-10.
April 6th, 12:40 pm -2:05 pm: NVC 7-150, The Japanese Program, Dept. of Modern Languages & Comparative Literature, Baruch College, CUNY: “Manga/Comics and Translation” symposium. NOTE: Event requires registration. For more info, click here.
May 10th, 6:30: Center for Book Arts: Bookness: Taking Stock of the Book Arts in South Africa There is a “suggested” donation of $10.00.
Exhibits/Galleries/Archives: (Rsvp requirements & fees may apply: please check details online.)
Feb22- April 29, Grolier Club, “Images of Value: The Artwork Behind U.S. Security Engraving 1830s-1980s”
April7- June 11 2017, New York Historical Society: “Big Bird: Looking for Life Size”
January 24 to May 26, 2017 Columbia University, Kempner Gallery, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Harper & Brothers to HarperCollins Publishers: A Bicentennial Exhibition