Traveling Exhibition Opens at Scaife Hall, Falk Library, University of Pittsburgh

Close up of headphones hanging on the Native Voices iPad kiosk PITTSBURGH, PA – The National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) Native Voices traveling exhibition opened on March 17 at Scaife Hall, Falk Library, University of Pittsburgh and runs through May 31.

The exhibition features six panels with two iPads supplying audiovisual content.

The Falk Library has a special website devoted to the Native Voices traveling exhibition: http://www.hsls.pitt.edu/nativevoices

That website provides direct links to NLM’s Native Voices exhibition’s website within four areas: Healing Ways, Hokule’a, Healing Totem, and Art Gallery. The Falk Library’s website also provides parking, maps, and other information for visitors and introduces NLM’s Native Voices exhibition.

Native Voices traveling exhibition visitors should enter through the Falk Library’s main entrance (200 Scaife Hall – 2nd floor) and should turn left at the main desk. Stairs and an elevator will be on the right to access the upper floor lounge where the exhibition is displayed. The Falk Library is on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh.

The Native Voices traveling exhibition is open to the public from 7 am-9 pm Monday through Friday. Visitors need a University of Pittsburgh ID to enter Scaife Hall on weekends.

The NLM Native Voices traveling exhibition blog will post more about the Native Voices traveling exhibition’s residence at Scaife Hall, Falk Library, University of Pittsburgh in the near future.

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