Jan 5, 2023 - Feb 12, 2023 (All Day)
Journaling in the New Year | Exhibit
We invite you to visit our new exhibit, Journaling in the New Year, located at Geisel Library, 1st Floor, West Wing. The cases feature a display of journaling "how to" …
Jan 9, 2023 - Mar 24, 2023 (All Day)
Still Shaping A Library | Exhibit
Still Shaping A Library — curated by Lynda Claassen, director of Special Collections & Archives — is a Part II exhibition following Fall 2022’s Shaping A Library. Located in the …
Feb 7, 2023 - Mar 25, 2023 (All Day)
Blacktronika: Afrofuturism in Electronic Music | Exhibit
This exhibit celebrates and shines a light on the UC San Diego course Blacktronika: Afrofuturism in Electronic Music, created by music professor and industry practitioner King James Britt. Throughout Winter …
Feb 24, 2023 - Apr 9, 2023 (All Day)
The World of Bookmarks | Exhibit
UC San Diego Library continues the celebration of the 7th annual World Bookmark Day, orchestrated by the International Friends of Bookmarks. An assortment of unique bookmarks of varying shapes and sizes are on …
Aug 12, 2022 - Apr 16, 2023 (All Day)
The Art of Science | Exhibit
Data curators at the UC San Diego Library have the privilege of working with university researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines as they prepare data for the Library's …
Adhesive Propaganda | Digital Exhibit
The materials featured in this digital exhibit were taken from the holdings of the Southworth Spanish Civil War Collection of the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego.
Art of Science 2021 | Digital Exhibit
Data curators work with researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines as they prepare data for the Library’s Research Data Collections repository. The visually stunning nature of the research data sets they curate inspired the Library’s inaugural Art of Science contest.
Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars | Digital Exhibit
This digital exhibit presents a selection of photos contributed by members of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars (CCAS) Friendship Delegations that traveled to China in 1971 and 1972.
Early San Diego: On the Edge of Empires | Digital Exhibit
This digital exhibit explores the early roots of San Diego History, from the Spanish conquest, San Diego’s indigenous people, Mexican rule to the discovery of gold.
Pirates in Print | Digital Exhibit
This exhibition illustrates seafaring life during the “golden age of piracy,” as well as more modern works that demonstrate the continuing influence of pirates in popular culture, utilizing images and text from the Hill Collection that are the focus of this exhibition.