Current exhibitions at university libraries


Binghamton University Libraries showcase exhibitions each semester to increase awareness of the libraries’ rich and varied collections, services and events, as well as to promote university-wide activities. Current exhibits include:

• “Inspired by Nature,” on the second floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library, showcasing Nature Preserve photos by Binghamton University alumnus Matthew A. Kull and book selections from the Bartle Library collections on art, poetry and literature that feature nature as the theme.

• Mark Sennett, “King of Comedy,” outside of Special Collections in the North Reading Room on the second floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library, featuring information about the producer and director’s work and stills from his movies taken from the John K. McLaughlin Collection of Popular Culture.

• “Showcasing the Intrinsic Role of Art within Science,” in the Information Commons on the first floor of the Science Library, showcasing and celebrating the roles that visuals play in science.

These exhibits are free and open to the public. Ideas for future exhibits are welcomed via e-mail. For more information, contact Andrea Melione or Jean Green.

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