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The Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library will close early on Wednesday, November 27, at 5:00pm. The AAEL will remain closed all day Thursday and Friday, and will reopen again at 7:00am on Saturday, November 30. The Ask a Librarian service will also have different hours over Thanksgiving break.
An online exhibit has been created for the Computer and Video Game Archive's 5th anniversary. The exhibition covers the generations of video game consoles and ensuing trends, highlighting influential consoles from Pong to Playstation 2. "CVGA Disassembled" was curated by Valerie Waldron, Computer and Video Game Archive Manager.
The Computer and Video Game Archive (CVGA) is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a party on Saturday, November 16 from 1pm - 5pm at the CVGA space in the Duderstadt Center. Join us for food and a Super Smash Bros. Tournament!
On Wednesday, November 13, the University of Michigan will be hosting a showcase of various traditions and holidays observed by the U-M community. Performances start at 6:30pm in Stamps Auditorium in the Walgreen Drama Center on North Campus. After the performances there will be a reception with information booths, free food, and prizes.
On Tuesday, November 12, the Library will be hosting a panel discussion in honor of the Computer and Video Game Archive's 5th anniversary. The panel will feature U-M faculty who incorporate games into their teaching, including: Sheila Murphy, Screen Arts and Cultures; Sean Silver, English; and Erik Hildinger, Engineering/Technical Communications.
American artists explore their heritage in this exhibit focused on self-selection, pride, assimilation, and protest. The exhibit takes place in the Duderstadt Center Gallery, and runs from November 5 to December 6, 2013. Infinite Mirror was developed by Artrain, Inc. and Brandywine Workshop, and is toured by International Arts and Artists.
International Studies will be hosting an all-day screening of foreign horror movies. Films will be featured from India, Russia, France, Brazil, and Spain. This event takes place on Thursday, October 31 from 12:00pm - 11:00pm in the Gallery. Popcorn is provided.
The Institute for the Humanities is hosting the Publishing Practice Series to help faculty and graduate students with scholarly publishing. The Copyright for Humanists workshop will take place on Tuesday, October 29, from 12:30pm - 2:00pm. The workshop will be held in the U-M Institute for the Humanities, on 202 S Thayer, in room 1022.