Library of Wonder Digital Resources
The Museum of Wonder and the Library of Wonder invite you to examine, investigate, question, and discover your place in the world. The links below are provided to assist you in that exploration and will be updated during the exhibition.
Organization highlighting contemporary arts and artists through its PBS series Art in the Twenty-First Century and via online platforms.
Folk art and oddities take center stage at this Alabama museum.
A bad-mannered teenage boy encounters his adult self who instructs him in proper table etiquette. Margaret M. Justin, Ph.D., Dean, School of Home Economics at Kansas State College is credited as "Educational Collaborator."
In this TED talk, Margaret Wertheim, co-founder of the Institute for Figuring, recounts leading the Crochet Coral Reef project. Using a method of crocheting created by mathematicians to model hyperbolic geometry, art and science intersect to replicate the fascinating creatures that inhabit coral reefs and bring attention to their beauty, fragility, and necessity.
An overview of some of the researchers in the College of Human Ecology and the far-reaching impact of their work.
A museum and art-centered blog.
Philadelphia, PA-based museum displaying "anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments in a 19th century 'cabinet museum' setting."
Mutter Museum YouTube Channel
Mutter Museum staff introduce viewers to their eclectic collection.
Los Angeles, CA “educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic.”
Drawings, woodcuts, photographs and etchings depicting objects held by various medical museums.
Interactive, 3-D rendering of a cabinet of wonders from 1630’s Augsburg, Germany.
Artist Hiroshi Sugimoto talks about his personal cabinet of curiosities.
User-generated and edited online encyclopedia.
Google Art Project allows you to view artworks from museum collections around the world.
A deeper exploration of some of the artworks featured on Google Art Project.
Overview of K-State's 150th Anniversary celebration.
K-State researchers have developed several new gluten-free products using the grain sorghum. Video features Fadi Aramouni, professor of food science, along with his graduate students Ashley Pruett and Kathryn Deschenes.
A library for the 21st Century encompassing six different branches: Hale Library, Fiedler Engineering Library, Math/Physics Library, K-State Salina Library, Veterinary Medical Library, and Paul Weigel Library of Architecture, Planning and Design.
A brief overview of the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art.
Online version of K-State magazine.
Chris Sorensen, University Distinguished Professor of Physics, discusses motivating students.
K-State researcher Barbara Valent is leading the charge to protect Kansas and U.S. wheat fields against the deadly disease known as wheat blast.
After seeing the original Saint John's Bible in Minnesota, K-State alums Warren and Mary Lynn Staley donated a reproduction to the university.
Located on the third floor of Hale Library, the Great Room features four large murals. Each mural depicts a major academic element of the K-State; the arts, industry and science, home and agriculture. David Hicks Overmyer of Topeka, KS painted the murals as part of the Works Progress Administration in 1934.