The exhibition was supported in part by the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning and the Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College. Special thanks to Shannon Egan, Gallery Directory, and Carolyn Sautter, Special Collections, for their tremendous help with mounting this exhibition.

This endeavor was made possible by the generosity and support of many people across campus and beyond. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to Shannon Egan, Carolyn Sautter and our outstanding course Peer Learning Associate, Molly Reynolds, for their hard work over the past year. Items were generously loaned to the exhibition from István Urcuyo, Kazuo Hiraizumi, John Winkelmann, Sefanie Sobelle, Jack Ryan and two students in the class, Sara Ketelsen and Lauren Kauffman, as well as the History Department, Health Sciences Department, Biology Department, Physics Department, Special Collections and Musselman Library, the Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College and the teachers at the Stonewall Jackson High School, VA. We would like to gratefully acknowledge funding from the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning, Steve Gimbel and the National Science Foundation, the Schmucker Art Gallery, the Biology Department, the Art and Art History Department, and the Library of Gettysburg College. Nate Fitch and Molly Reynolds deserve credit for the photography in this catalog. We were fortunate to have a recreation of a 17-century Chamber of Wonders at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore for inspiration, and we would like to thank John Shields and Joaneath Spicer for their enthusiasm and guidance.

The original version of the 2012 Wonders of Nature and Artiface website was created with Wikispaces, which is shutting down on July 31, 2018. An archived version of this site as it was originally created is available via the Internet Archive. The updated version was built using WordPress and developed by Emma Lewis '20 and Jannie Liu '18.