As many of you may know, this month is filled with an assortment of fun and exciting events. We are headed into the second week of March with four programs you won’t want to miss! We hope to see you at one, or all of the events this coming week! If you have any questions on these or other upcoming programs at the library please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, March 15th @8:30am – Breakfast with Artist Deborah Davidson
To kick off the Northeastern University Humanities Center’s Artists and Practitioners in Residence Program, featuring Deborah Davidson, we will be serving a complimentary breakfast for attendees to meet and mingle with the artist. Breakfast will be served in the Alumni Reading Room on the first floor of Snell Library. To attend please R.S.V.P. to email@example.com.
Tuesday, March 15th @10am- Book Making Workshop with Deborah Davidson
Following the breakfast, Deborah Davidson will be leading an informal book binding workshop in the lobby of Snell for those interested in seeing how a hand bound book is made. This event is open to everyone so drop in between classes or during your study break!
Tuesday, March 15th @12pm- Meet the Analysts: Baseball Prospectus 2011
Join us in 90 Snell Library for a look into this year’s coming baseball season! The analysts of Baseball Prospectuss
have insights into over 60 different players, their teams, and their managers. Wear or bring your favorite team’s baseball cap!
Wednesday, March 16th @12pm- Considering Books: A Talk with Deborah Davidson
Come by 90 Snell Library to hear Deborah Davidson talk about her interest in making and thinking about books. Her focus will be on the book Voices
, a 27’ scroll, which is included in the exhibition, What is Contained: The Book As Subject and Object
, now open in Gallery 360.
Wednesday, March 16th @6pm- Meet the Artist: Patrick Rothfuss
Fantasy fiction writer Patrick Rothfuss will visit campus for a talk and book signing of his latest publication, The Wise Man’s Fear.
This program will be in 200 Richards Hall and books will be made available for purchase. We will also have copies of The Name of the Wind