Waterways to Motorways: Traversing the Great Lakes
January 9 - March 9, 2020
The Stephen S. Clark Library’s newest exhibit, Waterways to Motorways: Traversing the Great Lakes, is a visual tribute to the famed lakes, celebrating their unique role in the history and development of the surrounding areas. The exhibit delves into the history of exploration and cartography in the Great Lakes, allowing audiences to witness the changing depictions of the lakes through historical maps. Similarly, the exhibit examines the modern role of tourism and motorized travel through pictorial and road maps, as well as artistically explores the lakes themselves.
Disorder on the Border
A Clark Library Art Installation in Conjunction with the Stamps School of Art & Design Exhibition - Bookmarks: Speculating the Futures of the Book and Library
By Erin Platte and Tim Utter
Disorder on the Border explores the wonder, beauty, and variety of maps, and what happens when, through a lack of organizing structures, we cross over the map’s orderly borders and begin the fall into the abyss of disorder.
When: March 26, 2019 - ongoing
Where: the Stephen S. Clark Library
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