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Featuring Librarian Anali Perry
In this episode Daphne Gill (Noble Science and Engineering Library Manager) meets with Child Drama Collection Curator Katherine Krzys and takes a peek into the collection of stage costumes from designer Irene Corey.
Irene literally changed the face of costume and makeup design. For over 50 years she designed costumes, sets and makeup for shows as varied as theater classics to theme park characters. We would not have seen Lion King or Cats on Broadway without her initial animal makeup and costume work. Irene first became nationally known for the "Book of Job" in the 50's. She also designed the costumes for the television show BARNEY and came up with his trademark purple color.
Join us and see the costumes and design materials representing from Irene's entire theatrical career Kathy collected.
The Irene Corey Collection is part of the Child Drama Collection, the largest repository in the world documenting the international history of children's theatre back to the sixteenth century.
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View Hidden Treasures on YouTube: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE1A728FCBBFFD992
Discover what you've been missing with ASU Libraries Hidden Treasures!
Each episode of Hidden Treasures will explore the artifacts, images, collections and unique gems of the ASU Libraries you didn't even realize were available.
Host: Daphne Gill
Guest: Katherine Krzys
Produced and Directed by Matthew Harp and Jennifer Duvernay
Get the world's knowledge at your fingertips. Even when we don't own what you are looking for, the ASU Libraries' team of information specialists gets you the information you need as fast as possible.
Our libraries have lots of different study spaces where you can focus and get your work done. We can provide a coffee shop atmosphere or a traditional library setting. We have comfy chairs, mobile white boards, private study carrels and rooms, free Wi-Fi, cafes, and laptop mediascapes. And don’t forget our helpful librarians to help you with all your research needs!
The Library Minute is hosted by Anali Perry
Download the episode: archive.org/download/TheLibraryMinuteLibrarySpaces/Minute_034_Spaces.m4v
You can do more with than libraries than just research and study. You can have fun too! Check out the variety of fun and relaxing things you can do at the libraries like grabbing a snack, playing games, watching movies, catching an exhibit. And starting July 1, 2011 you can check out a Culture Pass and get access to the Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Garden, museums and much, much more. Take a break and simmer down in the libraries!
The Library Minute hosted by Anali Perry and produced by Matthew Harp and Jennifer Duvernay
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The Library Channel is your source for ASU Libraries news. We periodically post news about events and what is new at the libraries. You'll also find an archive of important academic and cultural events captured by the Library Channel crew.