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Ellis Library Displays in December

Ellis Library is exhibiting several displays for the month of December. In the large wall case there is a display of photography by Paul Hagey, graduate student in magazine writing. Paul started doing 35mm black and white photography as a graduate student at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, when he took an introduction to photography class in 2003. Soon after, he began taking landscape photographs as part of long trips into Utah, New Mexico and eventually Mexico. A few years later he visited and photographed Kyoto, which became part of a landscape photography show at the MU Craft Studio titled Location, a photographic study of Japan and Mexico. The current set of photographs is part of a larger photographic portrait of Missouri.

The remaining displays are a celebration of winter themes, including an exploration of snow and snowflakes, animals in winter, the evolution of Santa Claus and staff picks for holiday reading. All of these show the range of materials available in the MU Libraries. We’re also grateful to Walter Wehtje, Curator of the Bird and Mammal Collection of the School of Natural Resources for the loan of several bird specimens.

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