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Past Exhibits

Protest Publishing and Art

By March 15, 2017September 16th, 2023No Comments

What: Protest Publishing and Art: From the Copy Machine to the Internet
When: March 13 through June 2, 2017
Where: Wilson Library
Hours: The exhibit is open during regular library hours at Wilson Library. Items on display at the T.R. Anderson Gallery on the fourth floor of Wilson Library are open during regular business hours at the James Ford Bell Library.

This exhibit integrates zines and other counter culture materials from the Gorman Rare Art Book Collection with student work inspired by the study of self-publishing, printmaking, comics, visual communication, and generative technologies expressing alternative perspectives. Work by faculty members and community artists is also included in the exhibit.

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Co-sponsored by the University Libraries, Department of Communication Studies, and the Department of Art.

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