The School of Art's Art History Society and Milner Library invite you to attend the exhibition "Grimm Tales: An Artistic Perspective," opening Monday, February 10, on the 6th floor of Milner Library. The exhibition presents artworks influenced by the narratives and themes from the "Household Tales" of Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm. These contemporary works by faculty and students from the School of Art will be featured alongside illustrated editions of the Grimm tales from Milner Library's Special Collections. We invite viewers to explore these contemporary and historical visual interpretations of the timeless tales.
The Art History Society (AHS) is a Registered Student Organization and was formed in order to give students the opportunity to engage in professionalization and curatorial work and to promote the appreciation of art on campus.
Additional programming for this exhibition includes a panel discussion and reception scheduled for February 26 at 4 pm on the 6th floor of the library. Featuring panelists Karen Coats (English), Bill O'Donnell (School of Art), Jan Susina (English), and Breanna White (AHS member), this conversation will open up discussion about the historical, literary, and artistic resonance of these stories.