New Audubon Exhibit feat. Libraries’ “Birds of America”

This entry was posted on Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

Friday, Aug. 24 | 6:30—8:00 PM | Halsey Institute

Join the Friends of the Library on Friday, Aug. 24, for the opening reception of the Halsey Institute’s latest exhibition, The Image Hunter: On the Trail of John James Audubon.

In 2015, Italian artist Hitnes embarked on a twenty-city road trip throughout America with the goal of retracing the endeavors of Audubon in the 19th century.

Hitnes’ exhibition documents his journey, elaborating on what it is that drives a person to dedicate multiple decades of their life to pursuing an obsession like Audubon did.

The exhibition features a range of work informed by his own expedition, and he includes other objects and ephemera collected on his trek.

And keep your eyes peeled for a special guest appearance by the Libraries’ facsimile of Birds of America generously donated by Katie Levi.

The exhibition runs through September 29, 2018.

Learn more.

Addlestone Library is accessible only to College of Charleston students, alumni, faculty, and staff, Friends of the Library, PASCAL visiting patrons, or those with appointments for services offered in the library. Cougar Cards, Alumni cards, FOL cards, PASCAL institution IDs, or appointment emails are required for entry. Virtual services are available at https://answers.library.cofc.edu/.

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