Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Change(less): Photography and the Ephemeral Made Permanent”

What gives a photograph historical value? Does the original intent of the photographer matter, or is it the passage of time that counts?  Is there meaning in the “fixing” of a transient image? These questions are the foundation of “Change(less):

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Interactive Gravitational Wave exhibit at LSU Libraries


LSU Libraries, in partnership with the Physics & Astronomy Department of LSU, has brought the LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) exhibit to LSU for the month of April. This exhibit is an Outreach Project of the National Science Foundation and

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Domestic Dwellings & Political Dealings: Building Louisiana

Two different angles on building Louisiana–architecture and politics–  will be the focus of two free lectures presented by LSU Libraries’ Special Collections in conjunction with the exhibition “State of Transition: Louisiana circa 1812.” Both presentations will be held in the

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