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  • July 5, 2018 Researching the Hispanic Experience in Colorado

    If you're researching the history of Colorado's Hispanic community, a guide from the University of Colorado, is an excellent starting place. The Hispanic Colorado Resource Guide "identifies resources providing perspectives on the diverse experiences of Hispanics in Colorado -- who...

Special Collections

  • July 5, 2018 Researching the Hispanic Experience in Colorado

    If you're researching the history of Colorado's Hispanic community, a guide from the University of Colorado, is an excellent starting place. The Hispanic Colorado Resource Guide "identifies resources providing perspectives on the diverse experiences of Hispanics in Colorado -- who...

Bookends (Book Reviews)

  • November 6, 2017 Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

    Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman BL860 .G35 2017 Settle in during a late autumn evening to read these ancient tales. You won’t be able to put it down until you have to reluctantly return it to Tutt Library for the...

Library Shenanigans

  • April 24, 2018 Purple Syllabus

    The Purple Syllabus, created by “Prince fans affiliated with the University of Minnesota Libraries in conjunction with the Prince From Minneapolis Symposium,” is awesome. Thanks, Kris Kanthak!

The Blog of the Press

  • November 20, 2017 THE AMPLIFY & MULTIPLY WEBSITE IS LIVE!


    The documentation website for the exhibition, AMPLIFY & MULTIPLY: Recent Printed Activist Ephemera, is now live at https://www.amplify-and-multiply.com/ The show was held at Colorado College's Coburn Gallery in March and April of 2017. It featured the work of over 150 artists, from 7 different countries, in over 500 pieces. We filled the gallery from top to bottom.

    The description from the site:

    AMPLIFY & MULTIPLY presented the art of resistance—the varied means in which activism has been channeled into visual expression in the fight against racism, white supremacy, misogyny and other forms of oppression. On display was an array of activist/social/political printed posters, protest signs, objects, fundraiser publications and other ephemera produced and used in the 6 months prior to the opening. 

    The site has images of the installation (as seen above), labelled documentation of every piece, and a complete list of participants.

    The entire exhibition (with only a few exceptions) is archived in Special Collections at Colorado College's Tutt Library. It is available for research use and (possibly) for other exhibitions.

    You can read the original call for entries here: http://pressatcc.blogspot.com/2017/02/call-for-entries-amplify-multiply.html


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