Below are News items in the category of Exhibits

Current Exhibit: Maps and Atlases in Special Collections

Featuring a selection of maps, atlases and related materials from Special Collections holdings showing areas of the ancient, old and new worlds as well as other cartographic/geographic entities.

¡Movimiento! Exhibit on the Chicano Movement

This winter’s exhibit centers on the movement for social justice and equity that was actually another stage in the continuum of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement that began in the 1940s.

Recent Acquisitions: 2009

This exhibit in Special Collections displayed highlights from book and manuscript collections acquired during the past year.

The U.S. and the World after 1945

Our current exhibit materials that reflect the political and cultural state of the world after the end of World War II.

Made in Germany: The Work of Five Book Artists

The UC Santa Barbara Library, Professor Harry Reese, and book artist Gunnar Kaldewey presented “Made in Germany,” recent artist books from five contemporary fine arts presses from Germany for an exhibit in Special Collections.

Roots of Community: African American Activism in Santa Barbara

The winter 2009 exhibit focused on the African American leaders of Santa Barbara and their legacy of activism for civic improvement, equity, and social justice.

Recent Acquisitions: 2008

The exhibit in Special Collections displayed highlights from book and manuscript collections acquired during the past year.

Sounds Latino!

This exhibit recognizes some of the legendary music makers whose collections were established in CEMA.

Voyage Imaginaire: From China to Paris

Artist books published by Gunnar A. Kaldewey were on display in Special Collections, 3rd floor, UCSB’s Davidson Library. The exhibit was titled “Voyage Imaginaire: from China to Paris.”