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The Wesleyan Cinema Archives presents a retrospective look at the career of Joss Whedon ’87, from his years at Wesleyan to his 2012 production of “Much Ado about Nothing” (2012). The exhibit, “Joss Whedon: From Buffy to the Bard,” located inside the Rick Nicita Gallery, features posters, notebooks, photographs, props and artwork from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Serenity,” “The Avengers” and more. Whether you’re a serious student of Joss Whedon’s oeuvre or your inner geek has just really, really wanted to see Buffy’s scythe close up, an exhibit on view in the Cinema Archives’ Nicita Gallery should satisfy every fan of the prolific ’87 Wes alumnus. Joss Whedon ’87 presented Jeanine Basinger, the Corwin-Fuller Professor of Film Studies, with an honorary degree from the American Film Institute Conservatory in 2006. “Joss Whedon: From Buffy to the Bard” is an intimate and charming retrospective of Whedon’s career, starting with a picture of Whedon shooting a student film at Wesleyan, continuing through souvenirs of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and winding up with a poster from his latest film, “Much Ado About Nothing,” which he previewed during Reunion & Commencement weekend for a wildly enthusiastic crowd of alumni and students. (via "Buffy to the Bard" Exhibit Offers Retrospective Look at Whedon’s Career)

The Wesleyan Cinema Archives presents a retrospective look at the career of Joss Whedon ’87, from his years at Wesleyan to his 2012 production of “Much Ado about Nothing” (2012). The exhibit, “Joss Whedon: From Buffy to the Bard,” located inside the Rick Nicita Gallery, features posters, notebooks, photographs, props and artwork from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Serenity,” “The Avengers” and more. Whether you’re a serious student of Joss Whedon’s oeuvre or your inner geek has just really, really wanted to see Buffy’s scythe close up, an exhibit on view in the Cinema Archives’ Nicita Gallery should satisfy every fan of the prolific ’87 Wes alumnus. Joss Whedon ’87 presented Jeanine Basinger, the Corwin-Fuller Professor of Film Studies, with an honorary degree from the American Film Institute Conservatory in 2006. “Joss Whedon: From Buffy to the Bard” is an intimate and charming retrospective of Whedon’s career, starting with a picture of Whedon shooting a student film at Wesleyan, continuing through souvenirs of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and winding up with a poster from his latest film, “Much Ado About Nothing,” which he previewed during Reunion & Commencement weekend for a wildly enthusiastic crowd of alumni and students. (via "Buffy to the Bard" Exhibit Offers Retrospective Look at Whedon’s Career)

"An exploration in making the world work better." IBM VIPs gather to see the exhibit. #THINK #ibm100 #NYC  (Taken with instagram)

"An exploration in making the world work better." IBM VIPs gather to see the exhibit. #THINK #ibm100 #NYC (Taken with instagram)

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“IBM Think Exhibit”

To commemorate its 100th anniversary, IBM commissioned a unique public exhibition called THINK. The exhibition is an examination and a celebration of the human approach to understanding and improving the world through science and technology.

@k8merr Kate’s 5IVE & 40RTY Gallery Opening is Tonight!! - Technologies of the past and present -  see it through July 5th in W-S NC! I’ve been there before for an Art Walk - exciting to go back sometime this month or next.
NEWS - Kate Merritt _ Graphic Design

@k8merr Kate’s 5IVE & 40RTY Gallery Opening is Tonight!! - Technologies of the past and present -  see it through July 5th in W-S NC! I’ve been there before for an Art Walk - exciting to go back sometime this month or next.

NEWS - Kate Merritt _ Graphic Design