Upcoming Public Programs
Presented by the Laband Art Gallery and The William H. Hannon Library (all events are free)
Talk: Nuala Creed & Brewster Kahle & Opening Reception
Saturday, January 23, 2-5pm
Artist’s Talk (2-3pm) Reception (3-5pm)
Murphy Recital Hall and Laband Art GalleryInternet Archive Founder Brewster Kahle and artist Nuala Creed offer insight in the archive and the unique artistic commission. The talk will be followed by reception. The talk is co-organized by the Laband Art Gallery and KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art and Art History.
Ask An Archivist Panel
Wednesday. February 10, 5:30-7:00 pm
Von der Ahe Suite 322, William H. Hannon LibraryArchivists from diverse archives across Southern California will discuss the relationship between researchers and the work of archivists.
DIY Archiving Workshop & Exhibition Tour
Saturday. February 13, 9:30am-12:30pm
Von der Ahe Suite 322, William H. Hannon LibraryLearn how to best preserve your treasured documents, images, and objects, both print and digital. The workshop will be followed by a tour of the exhibition with curator Carolyn Peter.
Conversation: Gaming, Its Past and Its Future, Tracy Fullerton & Tom Klein
Tuesday, March 8, 7pm
Von der Ahe Building, Room 190
USC Game Designer/Professor Tracy Fullerton and LMU Animation Professor Tom Klein will discuss how traditions of analog and digital game design inform the creative process of current video game development. This program is co-organized with the School of Film and Television. Read a recent article about Tracy Fullerton in the LA Times.
Talk: The Dark Side: Your Personal Archive, Data Collection, & Privacy
Tuesday, March 15, 5:00-7:00 pm
Seaver Science Hall 100
Other types of archiving and data collection are occurring on a daily basis around our shopping, browsing, and physical location. Where is this information going and how do citizens protect their privacy in a digital age? Guest speakers are Dr. Douglas Thomas, professor of Communication in the Annenberg School at USC and Dr. John Nockleby, LMU Law School. These guest speakers, will be introduced by Dr. Jason Jarvis of LMU, Dept of Communication Studies who did his Dissertation Research on Anonymous/hactivist and the event is co-organized with the Department of Communication Studies.
Free Little Libraries
Dotted across LMU’s campus are Free Little Libraries where you can take a book and/or leave a book. Stop by the Laband or the Hannon Library for a map and go on a treasure hunt to locate them all.