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Continuing its run through April 15 in the Sandfield Exhibition Gallery, Cartooning AIDS features the political cartoons of Danny Sotomayor and looks at how issues surrounding AIDS were engaged through political cartoons, comic books, trading cards, and zines for the purpose of political critique, education, and awareness.
The Hagenhofer Collection Exhibit
Continuing its run through March in the Library Reading Room, the exhibit features the art of John Daniel Hagenhofer who worked as a WPA artist, painter, illustrator, cartoonist, and designer. His collection includes over 70 drawings (the earliest from 1936), over 200 photographs from the mid-1930s, and correspondence with his brother from the early 1950s. The exhibit includes a selection of his art and photography.
Continuing through April in the Howard Brown Health Clark (HBHC) waiting room, the exhibit focuses on Lesbian publishing in the 1970s and 1980s and features Chicago’s Metis Press.