Chicago Tribune photo editors Marianne Mather and Robin Daughtridge will talk grifters and gangsters at 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 13, to help celebrate an exhibit at Milner Library based on the book Gangsters & Grifters: Images from the Archives of the Chicago Tribune.
Japanese-style tattoo artists Steve McClintock will discuss his work in an upcoming talk titled “HORIMONO: A Retropective of Japanese Tattoo form Past to Present” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, October 13, on the 6th floor of Milner Library.
Speakers will explore the world of tattoos and body piercings to coincide with a new exhibit at Milner Library called Your Body, Your Canvas. The exhibit explores how these ways of expression have evolved over time.
Art major Stephanie Burns is leading a group of students who, with the help of a grant from Friends of the Arts, have curated the exhibition American Faces–Portraits, featuring portraits of rural Americana by photographer Mike Disfarmer. The exhibition will be held from November 2 through January in Milner Library.
Want to see how much Illinois State’s campus has changed? We’ve gathered more historical photos from the Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives at Milner Library, along with their modern-day pair.
With the help of student intern and volunteers, the archival collections of ISU’s colleges, departments, and schools are being made available to everyone interested in knowing more about ISU’s long education history.
Famed university librarian Ange Milner will be the topic of a talk by Milner Library’s Angela Bonnell on Friday, August 28.
Chicago Tribune photo editors Marianne Mather and Robin Daughtridge will discuss their work compiling photographs for the “Gangsters & Grifters” publication during an Illinois State visit.
The Illinois State presidential portraits just made another move, this time to Milner Library’s Digital Center where they are about to undergo a digital makeover.
Alum David Paddock is an annual Illinois State supporter, and every year he sends a portion of his financial gift to Milner Library, one of his favorite parts of campus.