August 28, 2017
The Maine Women Writers Collection (MWWC) is currently offering a new health humanities exhibit of student work on the first floor of Marcil Hall, on UNE’s Biddeford Campus.
To Make a Book features artist’s books created by students in Professor Jennifer Tuttle’s Writing and Women’s Health spring semester English course. The students’ work was inspired by the course material and especially by the artist's book collection of Martha A. Hall held by the MWWC.
The exhibit, which will be on display throughout the fall, includes work by student artists Abigail Beaulieu (Psychology), Anne Carbonier (English), Bailey Farris (Ocean Studies), Haley Gray (Applied Exercise Science), Melissa Klemt (Psychology), Abby Lachance (Psychology), Samantha Mansberger (Medical Biology), Kalvin McKinnon (English), Alexandra Normandin (Psychology), Katelyn Robertson (Biological Sciences), Katheryn Sawyer (Sociology), Rebecca Sherrier (Psychology), Emma Steinbach (Sociology), Autumn Stupca (English) and Asia Webber (Sociology).
To learn more about the Maine Women Writers Collection, visit www.une.edu/mwwc
To learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences, visit www.une.edu/cas
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