Posts Tagged ‘exhibits’

New Exhibit! Janet Mary Riley: A Voice for Social Justice in Louisiana

Come see our NEW exhibit on Loyola law professor, feminist, and social reformer Janet Mary Riley’s life and career.

The exhibit will be up through Spring of 2018 as part of the citywide NOLA4Women a citywide “series of more than 45 exhibits, performances, lectures, blogs and a new app [that] will shine a spotlight on the prominent role women played in creating the cultural, physical and social infrastructure of New Orleans.”

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The exhibit is located in the Special Collections & Archives on the third floor of Monroe Library in the Booth-Bricker Reading Room.

Stay tuned for more updates and events throughout the year!

Feminist Festival Exhibition

"Ongoing Campaign" by Daniela Marx

The Monroe Library is once again pleased to host an exhibition in conjunction with the Women’s Resource Center, the Feminist Festival, and Women’s History Month. The exhibition includes select books and articles by Loyola faculty outside of the Living Room on the 1st floor of the library. Works included may focus on women and gender issues or may show the progress women have made in various academic, business, and artistic areas.

Feminist Festival book display

In addition, inside the Library Living Room are artistic works by Loyola faculty, staff, and students.

(l-r) "Untitled" by Jeanette Zavala, "Mutant Strength" and "Beard Measuring Contest" by Natalie McLaurin

(l-r) "Landscape," "Still Life," and "Landscape" by Grace Jinnah

A full list of the materials included in the display is available here. For more information about Women’s History Month, take a look at our Research Guide.