Farm to Table: Government Information and Food
January 20 – May 1
A new exhibit in Northwestern University Library examines the intersection of the government and our nation’s ability to feed itself. On display in the entry corridor of University Library, the exhibit explores the myriad ways that information produced by the U.S. government has influenced everything from how food is grown to how it's served.
The exhibition is open to the general public from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at University Library. Members of the Northwestern community with a valid WildCARD can visit during all open library hours.
Best of Bologna: Edgiest Artists of the 2008 International Children's Book Fair
This exhibit presents a selection of artists chosen from an original pool of more than 3,000 who entered a competition to be featured at the Bologna Book Fair, the world's largest annual children's book event. The illustrations on display are extremely high-resolution copies of originals that were digitized by the Library's Digital Collections department and are also displayed online, along with a film about the Bologna Book Fair created by created by Ayami Morizumi in 2007. Their permanent installation was made possible by the Walter A. and Dawn Clark Netsch Fund.
The permanent exhibit is located on the fourth floor of Northwestern University Library.