Absent Presence contemplates notions of the delicate and the ephemeral, exploring the limits of visibility and materiality.
This exhibit explores themes of colonial exclusion, nation-building, and the ties between geography and identity.
Exploring Hair as Material Culture in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Parallels, an exhibition at Ryerson’s MLC Gallery, pays tribute to female artists who contributed unique representations of the Great War.
Florine Stettheimer’s Multimodal Modernism – Inaugural Symposium 2017 and Soirée at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Join us as we explore the work of Jazz-era New York saloniere, painter, and poet Florine Stettheimer, as well as the work of her sisters.
Canada has earned a global reputation for multiculturalism and inclusivity, but what voices are silenced in constructing our nationality?
An entire collection of vampire literature, books with a bite, one might say, has found a home in Ryerson’s MLC.
The MLC is pleased to share the acquisition of nine issues of The Delineator, one of the foremost women’s magazines of the late 19th c.
Sixteen graduating students in the English Department at Ryerson University explore "In Flanders Fields" contemporary relevance.
This collection of decorative bookends, donated by Dr. Karen Mulhallen, offers a compelling glimpse into the material culture of the period.
Anne of Green Gables: A Literary Icon at 100 was presented on the centenary of the publication of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s iconic novel.
How to preserve rare archival books and ephemera is the focus of this video produced by members of the MLC.
How to correctly use materials in the Modern Periodicals Collection for research purposes.
How to correctly use materials in the Ephemera Collection for research purposes