The exhibit “Grimm Tales: An Artistic Perspective,” will run through March 20 in Milner Library, sixth floor. The exhibit presents artworks influenced by the narratives and themes from the Household Tales by German folk story-tellers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.
The contemporary works by faculty and students from the School of Art will be featured alongside illustrated editions of the Grimm tales from the library’s Special Collections. The exhibit is sponsored by the School of Art’s Art History Society (AHS), and Milner Library.
There was a panel discussion and reception scheduled for February 26 on the sixth floor of the library. Scheduled panelists were Karen Coats and Jan Susina from the Department of English, Jin Lee and Bill O’Donnell from the School of Art, and student Breanna White from AHS.
Contact the Art History Society at email@example.com for more information.