Miscellanea: A student's view of Tisch Special Collections

Join Special Collections for our last event of the semester! Graduating senior Megan Szostak has curated an exhibit entitled Miscellanea: A student’s view of Tisch Special Collections. Highlighting a variety of works from medieval manuscripts to Hobbes’s Leviathan, early modern scientific texts, to the Narrative of Frederick Douglass, the event will take place in Tisch Library Room 302 on Friday, May 20th from 12:00–4:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

RA x Digital Design Studio (DDS) Poster Program

To celebrate the end of the school year and relationships built in residential communities on campus, RAs and their residents are invited to come design a poster to represent or commemorate their residential community and spirit. Participants will be guided by Studio Assitant and RA Heather Huang '23 to collaboratively make a poster using Google Draw (connected to the projector so that those who are not working can see what is happening in real-time). Participants will each have 10 seconds to add one thing, pass it off to the next person, and go around until the design is complete.

Manuscripts Medieval to Modern I: Handmade Meditations

Please join Tisch and SMFA Special Collections for “Manuscripts Medieval to Modern I: Handmade Meditations” on Wednesday, April 6th from 12:00–5:00 PM in Tisch Library Room 302! This will be the first in a series of three events that will continue in the Fall. The exhibit will feature talks each hour from 1:00–4:00 by faculty members, students, and local artists on the medieval and contemporary manuscripts on display. We look forward to seeing you there!

Apply now for our faculty Affordable Course Materials Awards to reduce textbook costs for students

We're now accepting applications for the Tisch Library Affordable Course Materials Awards. The awards provide financial support for AS&E faculty and instructors who would like to reduce costs for their students by identifying no-cost course materials to incorporate into their syllabus.

Submit to the Digital Design Studio Art Showcase

Dreaming of showing your creative work to the Tufts Community in-person?

The Digital Design Studio at Tisch Library is seeking submissions for our annual art showcase! The theme for the Spring 2022 showcase is Dreams.

Students, staff, and faculty from all Tufts schools can submit images, videos, audio, 3D models (and more) related to our theme via the form at go.tufts.edu/dds_submit.

Tisch Library Affordable Course Materials Awards Information Session

Join staff from Tisch Library to learn more about our Affordable Course Materials Awards. The awards provide financial support for faculty and instructors in the Schools of Arts, Sciences, & Engineering who would like to reduce costs for their students by identifying no-cost course materials to incorporate into their syllabus. We're now accepting applications for Summer 2022 & the 2022-2023 academic year!

Is This a Book?

Join us on Saturday, March 12, 1-3 pm to view, examine, and discuss artists' books from the SMFA Library collection. The event will take place at Tisch Library, Room 302, next to the Digital Design Studio.

Lily Volper, An Ho, Charlene Tsai, and Darin Murphy will present a selection of artists' books that may push the boundaries of what you thought possible in book format, content, and style of presentation. Free and open to all students of all years and all schools!