Northwestern Learning, Partnerships

Exploring “Paths to Partnership” between academic museums and libraries

Academic libraries and museums foster many outstanding collaborations supporting teaching, learning, and research within their respective institutions. These collaborations, like other progressive activities, require significant invisible labor, caretaking, and resources that have not always been documented. A new publication from The American Library Association titled Cultural Heritage and the Campus Community: Academic Libraries and Museums in […]

Read more
Artist Collaborations, Northwestern Learning

Read with the Spine: Experiences & Experiments in Northwestern Libraries’ Collections [Video]

In March of 2018, the Block Museum and the Northwestern University Library joined together for a special workshop inviting participants to “Read With the Spine.” This two-day event used the site of the library to explore fundamental questions about human experience and the nature of books and libraries themselves, such as: What does it mean […]

Read more
Artist Collaborations

Apply Now – Read with the Spine: Experiences & Experiments in Northwestern Libraries Collections

Read with the Spine: Experiences & Experiments in Northwestern Libraries Collections Friday, March 2, 1-5pm, Faculty, staff, and students Saturday, March 3, 9am-1pm, Students only This Northwestern University workshop will use the site of the library to explore fundamental questions about human experiences and the nature of books and libraries themselves, such as:  What does […]

Read more
Museum News

Block Museum staff proud to be ‘Readers of Evanston’

The Block Museum is honored to count the Evanston Public Library as one of its key program partners.  We love so many of the Library’s offerings but one of our favorites is EPL’s longstanding Tumblr blog  Readers Of Evanston, profiles in the proud tradition of Humans of New York or Humans of Northwestern. About the […]

Read more