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The History of Pop-Up and Movable Books A lecture presented by Margaret Class

May 14, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

On Wednesday, April 18th, the Leatherby Libraries was proud to host the inaugural lecture of the new John and Margaret Class Lecture Series. This talk, presented by Margaret Class, addressed the history of pop-up and movable books, and showcased some of Class’ own collection of these unique books as well. The event incorporated remarks by

Mi Cultura es mi Poder (My Culture is my Power) Community celebrates opening of new youth art exhibition

April 30, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

On Saturday, April 28, the Leatherby Libraries was proud to celebrate the opening of a youth art exhibition, Mi Cultura es mi Poder (My Culture is my Power). Located in the Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art on the first floor, this exhibition features works by students from Santa Ana Unified School District’s Valley High School. During the

Artiscopic Gallery Walkthrough Guests enjoy tour and presentation of exhibition by the artist

April 30, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

On Saturday, April 14th, art enthusiasts had the unique opportunity to participate in a gallery walkthrough of Rinker Health Science Campus’ inaugural art exhibition, Artiscopic Cellular Art. This walkthrough was lead by the artist himself, Dr. Mohommad Kamal, a.k.a. KIMʘ.   A pathologist by day, KIMʘ creates stunning, naturally occurring images by using a microscope to explore human,

The History of Pop-Up and Movable Books A lecture by Margaret Class

April 9, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Join the Leatherby Libraries for a morning lecture on the History of Pop-Up and Movable Books on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. As the inaugural lecture of the John and Margaret Class Lecture Series, Margaret Class will discuss this unique genre of interactive books, and will showcase some of her collection

Big Ideas A Public Series Leading up to the 3rd Annual Heartbeat of Mexico Festival

April 6, 2018 by | Leatherby Libraries

Heartbeat of Mexico: Big Ideas is a free, public lecture series exploring the depths of Mexican and Mexican-American culture by top academics in the fields of Mexican Studies, Religious Studies, and Music. These series lead up to the Heartbeat of Mexico, a free festival at Chapman University from May 26-27, 2018. Heartbeat of Mexico is

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