Exhibits & Galleries

Past Display Case Exhibits at Western Libraries


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Display by: Rob Lopresti, Librarian for Environmental Sciences, Environmental Studies, Canadian-American Studies, Government Information and Maps
Display Date: 7/19/2012
Artists’ Books, also called Book Art, has a long history that dates back at least to William Blake (1757 – 1827).  In addition to incorporating both text and non-textual material, they can vary in form, from sculptures made of books, to fold-outs, accordion books, fan books, or... more
Display by: Paul Piper
Display Date: 9/18/2015
Display by: Pattie Moon
Display Date: 4/18/2014
AS Club Activities
WELCOME TO THE HOME OF AS CLUBS! The AS Club Activities Office (affectionately known as the "Club Hub") offers all Western Students the opportunity to make the most of their college experience by getting involved in organizations that speak to their interests, passions, academic pursuits,... more
Display by: AS Club Activities Office
Display Date: 2/09/2019
As Far As Their Books Reach: Jewish Printing and the Global Jewish Diaspora
As Far As Their Books Reach: Jewish Printing and the Global Jewish Diaspora On Exhibit in Western Libraries, Special Collections September 23, 2019 – March 20, 2020 Wilson Library, Sixth Floor Heinrich Heine described the Bible as the Jews’ “portable homeland.” The same could be said for Jewish... more
Display by: Michael Taylor
Display Date: 9/16/2019
This exhibit of Asian ceramics celebrates the annual conference of ASPAC (Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast) being held at Western this year. The Western Gallery has graciously loaned pieces of their collection from the gift of Floyd Whittington which includes ceramics from Thailand, Korea, China... more
Display by: Sarah Clark-Langager, Paul Brower, Margaret Fast
Display Date: 6/13/2014
Display by: Amy Sedovic
Display Date: 5/04/2012
Assistance Animals are a very useful and amazing source of support for people with disabilites.  Come learn more about the differences between service animals, emotional support animals, and therapy animals with our new display!
Display by: Emma Sieh, Rebecca Marrall, and Clarissa Mansfield
Display Date: 1/22/2016
Display by: Pattie Moon
Display Date: 10/02/2014
July 22, 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of an avalanche on Mt. Baker which killed six students and alumni. It was the 20th annual climb, beautiful weather, and no expectation of ill. But so it is with avalanches. The group of twenty-five were all swept away in a moment. The six taken were... more
Display by: Tamara Belts, Heritage Resources
Display Date: 7/15/2014

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