You have only one more week to see our exhibit: Engraved in Copper: The Art of Mapping Minnesota at Elmer L. Andersen Library.
The exhibit highlights unique engraved copper plates used to print topographic maps of Minnesota in the early 1900s, surveying and mapmaking techniques, and government documents related to the process.
The plates are part of the evolution of government mapping and the history of the United States Geological Survey, from early mapping efforts to Geographic Information Systems.
What: Engraved in Copper: The Art of Mapping Minnesota
When: Through May 22
Where: Elmer L. Andersen Library Gallery
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Protest Publishing and Art ends May 19
From the Copy Machine to the Internet
This exhibit — which ends May 19 — 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.
What: Protest Publishing and Art: From the Copy Machine to the Internet
When: Through May 19, 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.
Co-sponsored by the University Libraries, Department of Communication Studies, and the Department of Art.