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Art Questions on the Magic Board

April 27-May 11, 2015 Curated by Eveline Alix, Tyrone Bilingsley, Satchel Forrester, Daniela Hernandez, Riley Kleve, Amara Korley, Henry Pskowski, Claire Sammut, …

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on projector screen

Hampshire Representation at Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

The purpose of the Art + Feminism event was to help correct a bias in Wikipedia which is disproportionately written by and about men. In just a short time, the group gathered at Mass Art created Wikipedia accounts and then learned how to create external links, when a person is considered “notable” and therefore eligible for a Wikipedia entry, and what types of sources are acceptable.

Library Hours Through Winter Break

The library’s regular fall schedule ends Monday, 12/15. Below is the complete list of library hours through January 4: Saturday and Sunday, …

Old prints meet new technology

Students in Karen Koehler’s Guernica tutorial got to view prints from 1937 from Francisco de Goya’s “Los Caprichos” today while using current …

Book Arts in Hanoi, Vietnam

Artist’s books and book arts are a provocative way to explore the constantly evolving nature of the book, and the intersection of …

National Day of Unplugging: March 7-8

  “The anxiety of unplugging and why we should disconnect to connect“ Clinical psychologist Catherine Steiner-Adair, author of The Big Disconnect, studies why …

Transforming artist books

A project at the Tate explored how digital transformations are changing the way artists books are created, accessed, and explored.     It harkens …