Friends of UW-Madison Libraries Sifting & Reckoning Tour & Talk December 1, 2022 Tour the exhibition, then debrief and learn how UW Archives supported its success
Through extensive research, oral histories, and rare documents and objects from the UW–Madison Archives, the Sifting & Reckoning exhibition at the Chazen unveils over 175 years of UW–Madison history. The experiences of students, staff, and faculty who have persevered in spite of exclusion are highlighted as they never have been before.
3:00 P.M. Chazen Museum of Art
The Friends of UW-Madison Libraries invite you to meet us at the Chazen at 3 P.M. on December 1 to go through the Sifting & Reckoning exhibition together. This self-guided group tour will provide the foundation for the discussion to follow. Did you visit earlier this fall? Simply join us for the discussion which follows at 4 P.M. at Memorial Library, Room 126. Led by staff intimately involved with this project, you will have the opportunity to process what you learned and ask questions.
4:00 P.M. Memorial Library, Room 126
Join us for the panel-led discussion of the Sifting & Reckoning exhibition. Because much of the content used in the exhibition was discovered within the archives, these panelists are uniquely qualified to describe what it takes to support a project of this scope. Panelists include Kacie Lucchini Butcher (Director of the Public History Project), Lisa Carter (Vice Provost for Libraries), Katie Nash (Head of UW Archives), and Troy Reeves (Head of Oral History)
R.S.V.P. for an email reminder and/or a link the recording (to be made available after the event): https://go.wisc.edu/xe6ndl