News & Events

  • What Happened? Houck Medford’s Photographic Witness for Floyd County, Virginia (Curated by Tsing Liu ’23)

    What Happened? Houck Medford’s Photographic Witness for Floyd County, Virginia Curated by Tsing Liu ’23 January 5 – February 24, 2023 Yadkin Cultural Arts Center 226 E Main St, Welborn Gallery, Yadkinville, NC 27055) Opening Reception: Friday, January 13, 5-7PM Situated on a high plateau adjacent to the Blue Ridge escarpment of Southwest Virginia, Floyd […]

  • Rising Meadow Farm: Medford Curatorial Associate Tsing Liu Curates Exhibit

    In mid-October, I attended an American Farmland Trust event at Rising Meadow Farm in Liberty, NC. I was there to host our SCA popup exhibit, Rising Meadow, curated by Medford Curatorial Associate Tsing Liu. Tsing’s position is being funded by Houck and KB Medford to support the access and preservation of Houck’s documentary photograph collection […]

  • 125 Years of Dracula

    Celebrate the anniversary of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel! See ZSR’s first edition of Dracula and other gothic novels, eat spooky snacks, and win prizes in a vampire trivia contest. Costumes are encouraged! For more information, contact

  • Screening of I’m a Woman, Phenomenally: A History of Wake Forest Women

    This film, based on interviews conducted by senior Parker Beverly (‘23), tackles the subject of the history of women at Wake Forest. You will hear from numerous Wake Forest women who candidly recall their experiences along with seeing historic images from the University Archives. From panty raids and morning mixers to Title IX and historic […]

  • Special Collections & Archives Homecoming 2022

    Special Collections & Archives (SCA) had a very busy and productive Homecoming Weekend! In addition to hosting and sponsoring events, we also met with several donors who brought us more materials for the University Archives, which is always appreciated. On Thursday, Tanya hosted an event for WF alumnae and SCA donor Jane Crosthwaite (WF Class […]

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