There is a new exhibit in the glass case located in the vestibule on the second floor, near the elevator.
This exhibits features some of the stethoscopes from the artifacts collection. The exhibit is curated by Paul Andrews, who manages the medical artifact collection at HSL. Paul frequently curates exhibits throughout the library featuring artifacts.
If you would like to learn more about the artifacts, you can search the library’s artifacts and request an appointment with Paul. There are also other exhibits featuring artifacts in the 3rd floor reading room if you are interested is seeing more examples of the artifacts at HSL.
The Health Sciences
Help decorate our tree with new mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves!
All items to be donated to Comitis Crisis Center
We are also accepting toiletries and other cold weather items.
Please place donations in the wrapped donation box by January 3rd, 2018.
The reception for the Art from CU exhibit in the 3rd floor gallery was Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 3-5:30pm. There was a great turnout, and a lot of visitors! Some of the artists even stopped by, and took photos with their art. Check out the images here, and make sure to go up to the gallery before the art leaves on January 31, 2018.
The CU art exhibit had its opening reception on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. While the reception is over, we still encourage you to please come see all the great art that was submitted to the exhibit in the gallery on the third floor of the Health Sciences Library.
Debra Miller organizes this exhibit, and she installed the art with the help of a ladder and some other staff members at HSL.
The exhibit will be displayed in the gallery from November 7, 2017 until January 31, 2018. Come check out the exhibit before it ends!
Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument 2017
October 2 – 31, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, 4-6pm
There will be a drawing for a free painting and food and drinks at the opening reception! Come by and check out my latest paintings!
Health Sciences Library Gallery, 3rd floor
University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
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In the entryway to HSL, there is a new exhibit featuring the dust jackets from the Bartecchi Southeast Asia Conflict Medical Collection. Each volume in the collection has this bookplate:
The dust jackets are collected from the volumes donated to HSL. Carl E. Bartecchi donated the volumes in the collection. The collection consists of books highlighting the experiences of doctors, nurses, and surgeons who worked during and around the Vietnam Conflict. The collection also includes a number of volumes analyzing the conflict and historical accounts.
The collection itself is located on the 3rd floor in the special collections room. Each of the special collections at HSL are in this room, and you can check out the volumes in each collection. Visit the special collections website for more information about the different special collections at HSL: https://www.hslibrary.ucdenver.edu/special-collections.
The show ends on September 29, 2017. Join us in the Health Sciences Library Gallery as we display Sarah Van Beckum’s latest journey into abstracting nature’s forms.
The moods and whims of nature influence my work. Making art is a deeply engaging process. As an observer by type, my art can be quiet and contemplative or energetic and aggressive. Drawing from nature’s forms, ingrained from the countryside of my youth, painting is my search for meaning – Sarah Van Beckum