Wednesday, March 29, 2023
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Funk ACES Library invite you to learn about University of Illinois alum Minna Ernestine Jewell, an early twentieth century aquatic ecologist and zoologist who studied midwestern aquatic habitats extensively.
Latina Community ‘Voces’ amplifies Latina/x girls’ voices through a multimodal exhibit that represents the varied cultures, languages, and histories of local Latinx communities co-created in partnership with Girls Go for It! (GGFI), the College of Education, and Krannert Art Museum.
Pattern and Process is an exhibition that investigates how patterns create- or sometimes challenge- order, systems, and processes. the exhibition presents works from LAM's twentieth- and twenty-first-century collection.
The Ink Wash Paintings of Shozo Sato is an exhibition of rarely exhibited ink wash paintings by artist, author, Japan House founder, and professor emeritus Shozo Sato. These paintings celebrate Sato's enduring and thoughtful engagement with vistas of the American Southwest, American West, and childhood memories of Osaka and Hiroshima during World War II.