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Recent News at Tisch

Have you been working on a digital art project for class or for fun? Have some photography, digital paintings, graphic design work, or other digital still art you'd like to show off?

3 weeks 2 days ago

Tisch has a new online exhibit highlighting 18th and 19th century New England almanacs from our Special Collections.

1 month 2 weeks ago

We are putting the required textbooks for the following courses on reserve in Tisch for Spring 2019:

4 months 6 days ago

When we asked students about what we could do to improve the textbook pilot, the answer was a resounding "more."  More titles for more courses, more copies of books.  We are working on it.  In the...

4 months 6 days ago

On January 1 of this year, works of art, literature, music, film, and more fell into the public domain in the United States for the first time since 1998.

4 months 2 weeks ago

This fall, Tisch Library is serving as the 11th host of the mosaic installation Victorious Secret: Noticing Elite Sports for Women, 300 A.D., created in 2012-2013 by artist Angela Lorenz...

6 months 4 weeks ago

Things are getting a little hectic in the normally quiet Level G.  There may be some disruption to quiet study through mid-April during weekdays as we work on condensing the collection of print...

9 months 1 day ago

Paulina MacNeil, MFA19, installed her solo exhibition, Screen/Time., in The Tower Gallery on 4 May.  The show contains four pieces - two dye sublimation on aluminum pieces and two inkjet...

11 months 3 weeks ago

The following courses are part of the Tisch textbook pilot for Spring 2018:

1 year 4 months ago