New Resources in the Public Domain 2019

For the first time in over 20 years, on January 1, 2019, published works will enter the US public domain. Works from 1923 will be free for all to use and build upon, without permission or fee. They include dramatic films such as The Ten Commandments, and comedies featuring Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and more!  READ MORE...

Call for entries! Enter the Book Collecting Contest 2018/19 by 5:00pm, March 29, 2019

Open to full-time Puget Sound students, this contest aims to encourage them to read for enjoyment and to develop personal libraries throughout their lives, to appreciate the special qualities of printed or illustrated works, and to read, research and preserve the collected works for pleasure and scholarship.  READ MORE...

Exhibit: March 12 – May 12, 2019, Sarah Bodman: Read to Me: A psychometric collaboration with objects, Collins Library

An experiment by the artist British artist Sarah Bodman in collaboration with a psychometric reader, to transmit the emotional content of selected narratives through a series of physical objects.  READ MORE...

Memory Lame: An Unforgettable Installation by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, Collins Library

Exhibit open October 22–January 25.
A multi-faceted installation by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, “Memory Lame” focuses on retention and loss of memory, and our collective knowledge. As humans we employ many memory aids—from digital apps to old-fashioned mnemonic devices—to readily access facts we need.  READ MORE...

Collins Library Links: What's new in the Makerspace

There's plenty going on in the Makerspace! Read about our recent guest speakers, 3D Printing, 3D Scanning, Wearables, Electronics, Paper Arts and Upcycling, New Equipment, Take Apart Events, and more! Ready, Set, Make!  READ MORE...

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