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A modern approach to museum studies
Published Jan 10, 2023
A blend of research, reflection, conceptualization, and pure logistics gave Krieger School students firsthand experience mounting an American Modernism exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Film
Forgotten era of filmmaking finds a new home
Published Jan 3, 2023
The Sheridan Libraries has acquired the Academic Film Archive of North America, an eclectic collection of more than 7,600 vintage 16-mm films
Fast fashion
Published Winter 2022
The Sheridan Libraries' collection includes some obscure objects—like this 1968 paper minidress / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A growing movement
Published Winter 2022
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibit explores Victorians' obsession with houseplants and how it compares to today's houseplant craze / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Blending genres
Published Winter 2022
Musician Paula Boggs, A&S '81, says her latest album, Janus, tells a story of "chapters opening and closing" / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Books
Book recommendations from Hopkins scholars and experts
Published Dec 15, 2022
We asked faculty members, library staff, and many others about the best books they read in 2022. This is what they told us.
Community
Sounds of the season
Published Dec 7, 2022
Peabody students perform throughout the Baltimore community through partnership with Pratt Library
Libraries+Museums
Elisabeth Long to lead Sheridan Libraries & University Museums
Published Nov 2, 2022
She joins JHU from the University of Chicago, where she has spent nearly three decades and where she currently oversees digital scholarship services for students and faculty
A growing movement
Published Oct 26, 2022
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibit explores Victorians' obsession with houseplants and how it compares to today's houseplant craze
Community health
Captivating views of community health workers
Published Oct 21, 2022
Award-winning photo series was inspired by the work of Johns Hopkins physician-researcher Lisa Cooper, her colleagues, and the community health workers who supported and served Baltimore neighborhoods during the pandemic
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