The Department of Special Collections and University Archives has announced its exhibition schedule for 2014-2015. The exhibits will be on display at two campus locations including the Drew University Library and the lobby of the United Methodist Archives and History Center. The exhibits are free and open to the public. For additional information contact the Drew Library at […]
April 9–June 13, 2014 Exhibit in the Library Lobby in the Learning Center Collecting Byron: An Exhibition, celebrating the gift to Drew of the Byron Society Collection, founded by Marsha M. Manns and Leslie A. Marchand, is on display in the Library Lobby and the Methodist Center. Included are books, engravings, statues, images of Byron and […]
November 12-March 31 The Forest Dwellers of Madison: Student Life at Drew, 1867-2013 An exhibit documenting the student experience at Drew University from its 19th century Methodist origins to its richly diverse 21st century present. Exhibit materials include artifacts, documents, and photographs drawn from the Drew University Special Collections, University Archives, Methodist Library, and General […]
From the Drew Gateway Messenger…
On the occasion of her 50th reunion, Lois E. Jackson C ’63 has given to the Drew Library a large collection of botanical books. Representative works from the Zuck Collection of Botanical Books will be on exhibit in the main library from October 3 through November 4.
Library Exhibit: A Bountiful Harvest: 85 Years of The Acorn, 1928–2013, on display in the Methodist Library Center October 3 through November 4. Special library hours 9-5 pm October 5.
October 3-November 4; A Bountiful Harvest: 85 Years of The Acorn, 1928 – 2013. Methodist Center Library, 9 am to 5 pm.
August 26-September 27 The students enrolled in Art History 258/The Art of the Book in the Fall of 2011 designed this exhibition to demonstrate the range of Renaissance painting that could be found in early printed books in the Drew Library collection, from Venice, Rome, and Nuremberg, including author portraits, white vine borders, and hand-painted woodcuts. Curated […]
Arts of Respect (AOR) is an annual 2-week arts festival and competition in the visual, literary, and performing arts. Its focus is respect for humankind and to promote greater understanding of how the arts can help build more cohesive community at Drew University and beyond. The Visual Arts Gallery showcases artwork created by students from Drew and from several local high schools illustrating what respect means to them.
The Glen Sergeon Collection of African American Literature: The collection of African American literature created by Drew alumnus Glen Sergeon (CLA class of 1972) is clearly a labor of love. Eclectic and serendipitous, it was shaped by his personal literary interests, rather than with the intention of amassing a checklist of high spots.