This week we added zines about queer sexuality, community care with regard to work burnout, what men seem to be like, witches and witchcraft, insomnia, dissociation, sewing and fashion, how to abort a fetus, self-care for introverts, the show Once Upon a Time, depressive behaviors in high school (e.g., cutting and bulimia) and poutine.
Denise Mantey ‘21 and Martha Tenney will be speaking at the. Project STAND Symposium at ASU on February 28. They’re going to talk about the experience of creating an exhibit (together with Maat Bates ‘21) celebrating and reflecting on 50 years of BOSS.
"Finding Fellini," directed and designed by the Movement Lab's Guy de Lancey and written and performed by Megan Metrikin, will be performed at The Kraine Theater February 21st, 23rd, & 25th! Guy's work on "Finding Fellini" won Outstanding Set Design and Outstanding Sound Design at MITF and Best Production Design at United Solo Festival. Tickets.
Join Movement Lab Faculty Director Gabri Christa in this symposium launching 100 Years | 100 Women, an initiative of Park Avenue Armory. Gabri will speak at the salon (4:00-5:00pm) entitled "Museum of Moving Image: Cinefemme Cypher" on Saturday, February 15th. Find the full schedule and event details on the Park Ave. Armory website.
IMATS has created a web application for Dr. Meena Rao's organic chemistry lab!
Norah Zuniga Shaw and her collaborators performed Climate Gathering: Livable Futures at the Movement Lab in two open rehearsals in January. Learn more about their time at Barnard and future plans!
IMATS is excited to announce the recipients of the first Emerging Digital Designer Grant: Kristen Akey '20, Christina Duan '23, and Cindy Espinosa '22.
Welcome to Christina Juste ’22, Barnard Library Student Associate for the Barnard FLIP Library this spring!
Barnard Library Collections Strategy is supporting an Open Access book series in Gender Studies published by Routledge.
The Post-Baccalaureate Fellow for the Media Center Ruby Mastrodimos had a production of her short film
This week we added zines to our collection about working class queer love for Bruce Springsteen, pay equity, the off-line life of a White Plains couple, audio cassettes, sewing, poutine, dissociation, community reading of the book Educated, sex positivity, fashion, and feminist theory, and a Japanese/English bilingual zine about UK street cats.
BLAIS Circulation & Access Student Associate Hawa Tunkara BC '21 has an awesome new podcast talking with young women about college and business and the business of college, "The H-Suite Chats"!
The Barnard Library collection specializes in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dance Studies, and accessibility to the undergraduate collection.