This exhibition is a gathering of these persistent narratives and a reminder that so many voices still need representation and amplification within our campus collections and across cultural institutions. Highlighted are new acquisitions and previously underutilized materials from our collections, reflecting changes in the acquisition processes and guidelines. It is evidence of both progress made and the monumental work to be done.
[Taken with permission from Visual Studies Site]
The following videos are from Catherine Armbrust, Director of the George Caleb Bingham Gallery, School of Visual Studies.
Videos are auto captioned.
Transcript was compiled and edited by Special Collections Staff, Courtney Gillie.
This first video tour covers Colonialism, Student activism, and Patriotic Dissent.
The PDF Transcript for Part 1 is available here, with in-browser fully searchable text.
The second tour covers Environmentalism, Queer voices and the Feminist movement.
PDF Transcript is available here, with in-browser fully searchable text.