March 2003 - Vol. 62, No. 3
Creative Space: The Legacy of Robert Blackburn
Robert Blackburn changed American art through his groundbreaking graphic work and the Printmaking Workshop, which he founded in New York City in 1948. A new Library exhibition honors the artist and the workshop he started.
The Librarian of Congress has named 50 important sound recordings to a new National Recording Registry.
A special celebration marked the 40th anniversary of the residency of the Juilliard String Quartet in the Library's Coolidge Auditorium.
Former French president Valéry Giscard d'Estaing came to the Library to discuss the challenges faced by the European Union as it drafts a new constitution.
Sound recordings of the reactions of average Americans following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor are now available online.
Broadcaster Kojo Nnamdi spoke at the Library on Feb. 14 in celebration of African American Heritage Month.
A LIFE IN THE ARTS
The Library has received the archives of musical theater director Rouben Mamoulian.
PEACE AT HAND
Ambassador John Ordway discussed Armenia in a Jan. 10 lecture at the Library.