Scares in the Stacks

The Raven, University Art Collection. “Not incredibly scary” or even “not scary at all” is probably how many would describe the features that make up Special Collections’ October exhibit “Scares in Special Collections.”  Honestly, if you want to be scared Continue reading Scares in the Stacks

Helping An Undergrad Illuminate Local LGBTQ+ History

Christine Wertz ’17 takes a page from history Many of the most crucial battles in the LGBT+ movement happened in the 1980s, and–as history major Christine Wertz discovered– a number of them happened right here in Baltimore.  Christine already had Continue reading Helping An Undergrad Illuminate Local LGBTQ+ History

Cultural Arts Program Exhibit Opens 3/7

By Guest Blogger, Angela Rodgers-Koukoui I’m very pleased to announce the opening of the Cultural Arts Program photo exhibit next Monday, 2/15  3/7, from noon to 2 pm. The exhibit, which is a collaboration between Langsdale Library Special Collections and Continue reading Cultural Arts Program Exhibit Opens 3/7

Upcoming exhibit mixes art, archives, & politics

Staff in Special Collections at Langsdale have been working with MICA students from Dan D’Oca’s 2010-11 Exhibition Development Seminar as they prepare their exhibit, Baltimore: Open City, which opens this Friday at the former North Avenue Market and runs through Continue reading Upcoming exhibit mixes art, archives, & politics