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At the Margins: Invisibility and Marginalized Communities

Join us for an Artists’ Book Open House at the Fenwick Library Special Collections Research Center!

For this month’s event, we take on the theme of invisibility and present these works as an extension of the discussions happening around Artworks for Freedom, and Fenwick Gallery’s ongoing exhibition Call & Response. These artists’ books explore issues of marginalization and highlight the perspectives and voices of the “invisible,” those persons and communities at the edges of society and the victims of "invisible crimes."

Visitors will have an opportunity for hands-on interaction with these materials, and to learn how Mason students and researchers can use these materials as a source of visual, formal, and thematic inspiration.

The Special Collections Research Center is located in 2400 Fenwick on the second floor of Fenwick Library.

Date:
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
2400 Fenwick Library, Special Collections Exhibit Space
Campus:
Fairfax Campus
Categories:
Open House

Event Organizer

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Rebecca Bramlett

2400 Fenwick Library

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Stephanie Grimm

Whether you need help finding library resources or developing your research topic into a clearer idea, I'm here to help! You can also book a time to talk with me about Mason's artists' book collection or to discuss proposals or ideas for the Fenwick Gallery.

My office is located in 2212 Fenwick Library, 2nd floor.