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Fuel your Creativity at the Library starting with Arts & Humanities Month

by Kris Alpi on 2022-10-20T15:56:00-04:00 in From the Desk of the Associate Dean, Library Announcements | Comments

Grid of photos representing the arts and humanities, including painting, dancing, theater, crafting, music, and a library. Also shown is the National Arts & Humanities Month logo.

Image courtesy of Americans for the Arts

Happy Arts and Humanities Month!  

We are proud the Levy Library is a destination for the Mount Sinai community as you create new knowledge and new ways of envisioning health.  We are very pleased to collaborate with the Academy for Medicine & the Humanities here at Mount Sinai to promote engagement with the arts and humanities in all aspects of our lives. 

This is the first in what will be an ongoing series of messages sharing resources and opportunities to inspire and activate your creativity. We will highlight the resources and tools available to everyone through the Levy Library and Academic & Research Informatics.  Upcoming topics include:

  • Beautiful physical books about artists presenting as part of the Alexander Richman Commemorative Lecture in Humanism and Ethics in Medicine series
  • Art supplies and portable easels to use inside or outside the Library
  • The Levy Library's Graphic Medicine book collection
  • The podcasting studio 

For now, we invite you to learn more about Arts & Humanities Month at https://www.americansforthearts.org/events/national-arts-and-humanities-month

We look forward to hearing from you! Your ideas on how we can support your creative efforts are welcome--please connect with us if you have suggestions, questions or comments.

Kris Alpi, Associate Dean of Libraries & Information Sciences


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