Below are News items in the category of Special Collections Exhibits

Exhibition: “Modes of Codex"

The UCSB Library exhibition “Modes of Codex: The Art of the Book from Medieval Fragments to Movable Type and Fine Press Printing” will be on display Jan. 28 through April 29 in Special Research Collections.

Extended: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Exhibition

The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance and Resurgence exhibition is extended through August 28. On exhibit in UCSB Library's Special Research Collections.

On Exhibit: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence

UCSB Library Special Collections (Third Floor), on exhibit February 10 - June 30, 2015

On Exhibit: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

The Library's newest exhibit, Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence, is on display in Special Collections.

Last Chance to See 'Images of Africa'

The Library's exhibition "Images of Africa" will close on Thursday, January 29.

On Exhibit: Images of Africa

A new exhibition in Special Collections draws upon research materials in Special Collections, by and about Africans over the past 400 years.

Propose An Exhibition

The UCSB Library Exhibitions Committee is pleased to consider exhibition proposals from UCSB students, faculty, employees, and affiliated organizations.

Library to Host Reception for Images of Africa Exhibition

Join the UC Santa Barbara Library at a reception on Thursday, Nov. 6 for the Images of Africa exhibition on display in Special Collections.

On Exhibit: That's Entertainment: Dan Guerrero and the Making of a Hollywood Original

A new exhibition in the Library's 3rd Floor Gallery looks at the life of performer, producer, and director Dan Guerrero, with photographs from the Library's California Ethnic & Multicultural Archives.

On Exhibit: The Emergence of the Bill of Rights

The Emergence of the Bill of Rights, on exhibit now in the Library, is curated by UC Santa Barbara professors Patricia Cline Cohen (History) and William B. Warner (English and Comparative Literature).