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World renowned artist to visit Canaday Center

The UT Libraries are becoming quite the cultural hub of artistic events on campus lately!  There’s the Health Science Campus Artist Showcase at the Mulford Library, and The Nexus exhibit at Carlson Library.

Adding to this artistic activity  is tomorrow’s much anticipated lecture by world renowned photographer, collage artist and author Rosamond Purcell.  The lecture takes place in the Canaday Center on the 5th floor of Carlson at noon.  A reception with refreshments will follow.

Purcell is known as the “doyenne of decay.”  Her artwork is a testament to the beauty within natural history.

We hope you’ll join us for this special event.





is Nursing Librarian at the Mulford Health Science Library. She serves as a liaison to both the College of Nursing and UTMC Nursing Services by providing library instruction, reference assistance, and literature searches. In addition, she creates web-based instructional materials, guides and tutorials, and is responsible for collection development of library materials in nursing. Jodi has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Lourdes College and a Master of Library and Information Science from Kent State.
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One Response to “World renowned artist to visit Canaday Center”

  1. John Says:

    i was able to go at lunch to listen to Ms. Purcell. Great woman, great artist and a great accomplishment for us to bring her here. A big thanks to Barb Miner in the Visual Arts Department and all involved for making this happen.

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