Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature
Aug. 29 – Oct. 8, 2016
Park Library, 3rd Floor Exhibit Area
This exhibit explores the enduring power to the Frankenstein story to expose hidden fears of science and technology – both in the original novel and shaped into new forms, such as plays, films and comics. Captivating audiences for 200 years, as scientists have gained new knowledge, the Frankenstein story remains like a warning beacon, throwing the unsettling beam upon human efforts to penetrate secrets of nature.
This exhibition was produced by the National Library of Medicine, and the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Central Michigan University
The Park Library is steward to more than 250 pieces of CMU's fine art collection. Many pieces are exhibited throughout the building to enrich patrons' experience. Works are frequently displayed in the Third Floor Exhibition area and continually rotated to provide a fresh experience. Return often!
Questions? Contact Janet Danek,
Coordinator of Exhibits for the Park Library - 989-774-2165.
Admission to all exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public.
For library hours visit www.library.cmich.edu 989-774-110