Below are News items in the category of Exhibits

Exhibit: Fallout: In the Aftermath Of War

The UCSB Library is currently showing in its first floor gallery a large-scale mural that was co-created by artist-veteran Dominic Fredianelli and UCSB student veterans this past fall.

EGSL Current Exhibit: “All of Our History”

Come check out the current exhibition in the Ethnic & Gender Studies Library on the second floor.
Exhibits, General News

Artist Talk and Reception: Jan. 30, 3:30pm

The UCSB Library and Chicano Studies Institute are co-sponsoring an artist talk by Favianna Rodriguez, in conjunction with the exhibit, "Favianna Rodriguez: Art of the Activist Imagination."

Who Freed the Slaves?: Emancipation as a Social Movement (Special Collections, Third Floor)

Drawing on materials from the Wyles Collections the exhibit explored the theme of emancipation as a social movement (January-June 2013)

History Affiliates Lecture Thursday on the Emancipation Proclamation

There will be a lecture on Thursday commemoratig the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, offered in conjunction with the exhibit currently on view in Special Collections on the 3rd floor of Davidson Library.

Picturing Community Poster Exhibit from California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives on View Now

Currently on view on the main floor of Davidson Library is Picturing Community: Posters, Photography, and Poetry from the Kearny Street Workshop Archives.

Student Artists Books on Exhibit

A small, varied selection of artists’ books made by UCSB students are on exhibit in the entrance lobby of the Arts Library.

UCSB Celebrates 40 Years of Title IX

The Library is participating in the campus-wide celebration of the 40th anniversary of Title IX.

Slavic Folk Art Featured in New Library Exhibit

A new exhibit of Slavic folk art can be found in the main hallway of Davidson Library.