Bound with History: Spring Gardens (Encounters with the Rose Library’s Collections Series Four)

Photo: Andie Thrams. Field Study No. 28: River Dream, 2017.

On Thursday, April 21, the Rose Library will host a virtual event, “Spring Gardens” the seventh event in our Bound with History: Encounters with the Rose Library’s Collections Series, from 5-6 :10 p.m. Book artist Andie Thrams and Emory professor Dr. Cassandra Quave will talk about their connections to nature and plants.

Painting in wildland forests from California to Alaska to Hawaii, Andie Thrams creates work that merges the history of illuminated manuscripts with the natural history of field journals.

Cassandra Quave is an assistant professor of dermatology at Emory and curator of the Emory Herbarium. She teaches courses on medicinal plants and pharmacology.

Please register for this virtual event.

Please note: This event will be recorded.


5 p.m. Introductions and program with the speakers. Guests view a short slide show of relevant items from the Rose Library’s collection.

5:45 – 6:05 p.m. Q & A

6:05 – 6:10 p.m. Thank you and conclusion

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