Below are News items in the category of Special Collections

Exploring the Boundaries: The Artist Book

This exhibit in Special Collections displays artist books from Special Collections and the Arts Library as part of the 3 Millionth Volume Celebration.

Recent Acquisitions in Special Collections: 2010

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

Edouard Pecourt Collection: An Exhibit of Early French Cylinder and Disc Recordings

Pecourt’s extraordinary collection of over 3,000 cylinders and 18,000 discs was acquired by the UCSB Library in 2010. Selections from the collection are on exhibit in the Department of Special Collections.

Current Exhibit: Edouard Pecourt Collection: An Exhibit of Early French Cylinder and Disc Recordings

Pecourt’s extraordinary collection of over 3,000 cylinders and 18,000 discs was acquired by the UCSB Library in 2010. Selections from the collection are on exhibit in the Department of Special Collections.

Hector Gonzalez - Visiting Artist: “The History of Rampart Records”

Gonzalez is a visiting artist in residence at UCSB sponsored by the Chicano Studies Institute and the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives in the UCSB Library.

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.

Necessary Theater: Luis Valdez and the Teatro Campesino

The California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) will be co-sponsoring a day-long Chicano Theater Conference and Diversity Lecture Series.

¡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.

Esteban Villa: El Movimiento Chicano and the Royal Chicano Air Force

The California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) will be co-sponsoring two presentations by Esteban Villa on the Chicano movement and the Royal Chicano Air Force artist collective.