I just got the huge catalogue of the exhibition. It's spectacular!
>Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 15:59:50 -0600
>From: Karen Johnson <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: GNSI Great Lakes Chapter Meeting
>GNSI Great Lakes Chapter Meeting
>Saturday March 24, 10 AM
>I have contacted the Block Museum in Evanston
> at Northwestern University and have arranged
>for a tour of the Prints in the Pursuit of
>Knowledge Exhibit for Saturday, March 24 at 10
>AM. The exhibit includes rare and treasured
>prints, drawings, books, maps and instruments
>that show the vital contributions Northern
>Renaissance artists made to the advancement of
>science in the 16th century. Featuring work by
>Albrecht Dürer, Hans Holbein, Hendrick Goltzius,
>Jacques de Gheyn and others, the exhibition was
>organized by the Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge,
>Massachusetts, in collaboration with the Block
>Museum. There is a link below to more
>information about the exhibit.
>To look for directions or parking instructions
>please look under the visit tab on their
>website. For those unable to make the Saturday
>tour There is a schedule of days and evenings
>the museum is open. Please check on parking if
>you plan to attend on another day as there is a
>parking charge of $8.25 before 4PM on weekdays .
>Parking is free on weekends.
>We can meet at the Museum at 10:00 as it opens
>and lunch either at the Norris Center on campus
>near the museum or I have a list of restaurants
>we could choose from and reconvene at for our
>meeting and lunch.
>Please RSVP me if you will be able to make it.
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Karen Reeds, PhD, FLS [log in to unmask]
Visiting Scholar, History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania
Princeton Research Forum, a community of
Guest Curator, Botanica Magnifica: Photographs by Jonathan Singer
Exhibition -- Part 1, January 28, 2012-April 15;
Part 2, April 21-August 26, 2012
New Jersey State Museum, 205 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 609 292-6464
Tues-Sat 9-4:45 pm, Sunday 12-4. Closed Mondays
and public holidays. Free admission!
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