Lessons in Intaglio: The Legacy of Printmaking at University of Iowa

A student-curated exhibition featuring 27 works on paper from the University of Iowa Print School program.

Abstract intaglio print

Forms of Choice: The Art of Writing in the Middle Ages

A library exhibition curated by the students of LATN 243: Medieval Latin, taught by Professor William North Student curators: Bee Candelaria, Margie Clauss, Alex Harrison, Becca Helmsetter, Aiden Lesnesky, Sam…

image of a drawing of a medieval scribe

Plautus and Roman Comedy

A library exhibition of books and ancient materials curated by the students of LATN 236: Plautus and Roman Comedy, taught by Jordan Rogers

The Miniatures of the Manuscripts of Terence prior to the 13th century

Reading Between the Lines: Artist’s Books Pop Up Event

An opportunity to see and handle artist’s books from Gould Library Special Collections.

Schäpers, Veronika, 26⁰ 57.3' N, 142⁰ 16.8' E, 2007

Rare Looks (Virtual) Artist Talk: Fred Hagstrom

Retiring Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art Fred Hagstrom discusses four of his artist’s books

Fred Hagstrom, The White Earth

People, Place, and Promise

Inspired by Why Treaties Matter, an exhibit on view in the Weitz Center for Creativity

Marlena Myles, Dakota Land Map

Thank you, Seniors!

A selection of recommended reading by Gould Library’s graduating student employees

Alex Claman ’17

The End of Steam

A brief history of the use of steam to heat Carleton’s campus

The Steam Plant at Carleton.

Peripatetic Gallery: Access (partially) Denied

Highlights from the Archive of the Master of the Obstructed View

David Lefkowitz, Master of the obstructed view

Strong Silent Type Press: Artist’s Books by Fred Hagstrom

An exhibit of artist’s books by Fred Hagstrom, Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art

Fred Hagstrom, Echo, 2007

The Covid Journal Project

An Exhibit by the Carleton Drawing Club (2020-2021)

Image: KatieRose Kimball '23

Land Line: Drawings by Eleanor Jensen

Drawings by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Eleanor Jensen ’01

Circle Detail, Eleanor Jensen