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‘Thou Doth Print Too Much’: MTSU Walker Library art display (VIDEO)

The latest artwork gracing the first-floor atrium of MTSU’s James E. Walker Library has a Shakespearean theme.  A handheld skull, evoking a scene from Act V, Scene I of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” now greets library patrons, and is flanked by the admonition, “Thou doth print too much,” as a reminder to patrons to be conservative in their printing practices.

You can watch a video below of MTSU art students putting up the display Friday, April 18:

The display will remain in place through May 2 and will be visible during regular library hours.

For more information about the project, contact assistant professor Erin Anfinson at 615-904-8412 or erin.anfinson@mtsu.edu, or Kristen Keene at 615-898-5376 or kristen.keene@mtsu.edu. You can read more about the project at http://mtsunews.com/library-paper-display-s2014.


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