On Thursday, October 25th, Bowdoin’s Multicultural Alumni Network of New York (BMAN) hosted a career panel and reception at the Centre for Social Innovation.
Holding History in the Palm of One’s Hand: Contemporary Perspectives on Medals and Coins from Antiquity to the Recent Past
On Tuesday, November 13, leading numismatic experts share their insights into the art of the creation of medals in a special panel discussion: “Holding History in the Palm of One’s Hand: Contemporary Perspectives on Medals and Coins from Antiquity to the Recent Past.”
Kate Furbish continues to inspire new generations of botanists, artists, and others with her watercolor and graphite illustrations of the flowering plants of Maine.
Le Corbusier’s “Untitled (Plan for a Model City)” will be featured in the upcoming exhibition, “Material Resources: Intersections of Art and the Environment” at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.
Born in Greenland, raised in New York, Minik Wallace had much to relearn when he returned to Greenland as a young man. Eventually he returned to the United States, only to die in the 1918 influenza pandemic.