The Library Company of Philadelphia (LCP) is accepting applications for the 2023 Innovation Award. The award will recognize a project […]
The Library Company of Philadelphia presents Director’s Hour with Michael Barsanti: Benjamin Franklin and the Making of Modern Money on […]
The Library Company of Philadelphia presents a virtual Fireside Chat with Dr. Elizabeth Rule, The Guide to Indigenous Lands Project, […]
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage grant-funded work will be written by Lee Francis of the Laguna Pueblo and illustrated by Weshoyot Alvitre of the Tongva.
Effective Feb. 20, 2017, Dr. Michael J. Barsanti will succeed Dr. Richard Newman as the Library Company of Philadelphia’s Chief Executive Officer.
The local Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, which runs from July 25 to July 28, consciously draws on the city’s key role in prior American political events in using the tagline “Lets Make History Again” as part of its marketing campaign. DNC week also offers a chance for both conventioneers and the general public to learn about American political history through a series of seven exhibits around Philadelphia collectively called PoliticalFest, which run from July 22 to July 27.
By Erika Piola
As the Co-Director of the Visual Culture Program (VCP at LCP) at the Library Company of Philadelphia, the collections with which I work daily document the visual construction of history. In preparing for our current VCP exhibition Common Touch: The Art of the Senses in the History of the Blind, the experience has purposefully challenged my conceptions of the privileged role of vision in visual culture studies.
From blog.readex.com: January 16, 2012 (NAPLES, FL) – A digital edition ofAfro-Americana, 1535-1922: From the Library Company of Philadelphia will be […]