To celebrate Vermont Archives Month 2021, Special Collections invites you to help us finish transcribing the diaries of Mary Jean Simpson during our second annual Transcribe-A-Thon from October 25-29, 2021.
Our digital series, "Gathering Leaves: Conversations about Book Arts," continues with a presentation by UVM English professor Liz Fenton. Professor Fenton will discuss how an interest in the history of printing first emerged out of and then revitalized her work as a literary critic.
Join us on April 15 for the second presentation in our online series, "Gathering Leaves: Conversations about Book Arts," when anthropologist Luis Vivanco will publicly unveil his latest comic, explore the relationship between comics and book arts, and discuss some of the primary research, creative, and technical challenges involved in this project.
Photographer, printer and bookmaker Andrew Frost opens our digital series, "Gathering Leaves: Conversations about Book Arts" on April 1 with a discussion about artists' books.
A new exhibit space in the Davis Center provides a venue in which the work and struggles of Black, Indigenous and People of Color at UVM can be acknowledged and celebrated.The inaugural exhibit is centered on the experiences of Black members of the UVM community. Visit the Fireplace Lounge to see the exhibit or view it online.
To celebrate Archives Month, we’re inviting you to join us in a Transcribe-A-Thon during the last week of October.
On March 4, Julian Barnett, artist-in-residence in UVM's Department of Theater and Dance, will give a performance/lecture highlighting his most recent professional work, shedding light on multicultural processes and contexts, and examining the role vulnerability has played in his choreographic life.
The current exhibit in Silver Special Collections, "Work of Art: Dancing Together in Vermont," examines the process involved in creating diverse dance communities.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of a new book by Stephen Terry and student research assistant Louis Augeri.
Fleming Museum curator Alice Boone curated the new Special Collections exhibit, “Archives of Activism.” Drawing from documents and ephemera produced by students, faculty, and administrators, the exhibit focuses on anti-war and related protests during the late 1960s, the call for divestment from apartheid-era South Africa in 1985, and the occupations and protests of 1988 and 1991.