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Celebrating Winter in Cold Climates

Event Type
Exhibition
Sponsor
Social Sciences Education and Health Library (SSHEL) and others
Location
Marshall Gallery (Main Library, East Entrance) and North South Corridor (Main Library, 1st Floor)
Date
Dec 1, 2022 - Jan 31, 2023   All Day
Contact
Nancy O'Brien
Views
208
Originating Calendar
Main Library Exhibits Calendar

This exhibit explores how people live, play, and cook when the winter months are cold and snowy. Features books and information about nourishing meals for cold winter nights; hygge as a way of staying cozy and comfortable; relaxing pastimes; stories about yeti, the abominable snowman, and other cryptids; and more winter-focused themes!

  • Hygge:  Cozy and Comfortable (curated by Dulcie Vermillion, SSHEL)
  • Cold Weather Cryptids (curated by Melanie Rusk, Oak Street Library)
  • Fireside Reading: Selection of Scandinavian Literature (curated by Paula Carns and Karen Huck, Literatures and Languages Library)
  • Warm Meals for Cold Weather (curated by Sam Ehlinger, Grainger Engineering Library)
  • Cold Weather Dwellings in Scandinavia (curated by Emilee Mathews, Ricker Library of Architecture and Art)
  • Campus in Winter (curated by Jameatris Rimkus, University Archives)
  • Winter Hiking (curated by Jake MacGregor and Nancy O’Brien, Library HR and SSHEL)
  • Winter Themes in Music (curated by Kirstin Johnson, Music and Performing Arts Library)
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