Binghamton University Libraries showcase exhibitions each semester in order to increase awareness of the Libraries' rich and varied collections, services, and events, as well as promote University wide activities.
To view past Library Exhibits visit the Previous Library Exhibits webpage.
The Library Exhibits Committee encourages requests and suggestions for exhibits. Decisions for accepting an exhibit proposal are based on whether it
meets the Exhibit Guidelines as well as on space, staffing, and funding considerations.
East Asian Gifts: Selections from Special Collections
This exhibit features various gifts to Binghamton University and is a tribute to the generosity of our donors. Featured are works of calligraphy, scrolls, woodblock prints, and books.
East Asian Gifts will be on display throughout the Fall 2013 semester and is located in Special Collections on the second floor of the Glenn Bartle Library. Special Collections is open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday.
The Story of the Stone:
East Asian Gardens at Binghamton University Libraries | Fall 2013
The gardens of Japan, China, and Korea have been admired as aesthetic marvels, botanical wonders, and architectural feats, displaying the wealth of private citizens, and beautifying the holy grounds of temples. On display at Bartle Library are East Asian Garden books and materials from the Libraries' collections. This exhibit is in honor of the 49th annual meeting of the New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) here at Binghamton.
This exhibit runs through the Fall 2013 semester on the second floor of the Glenn G. Bartle Library.
Aviation at the Science Library | Fall 2013
Discover the rich early history of Aviation through books and materials from the Science Library and Special Collections. The exhibit focuses on early innovations and public perceptions of flight; the impact of female and African-American aviators on overcoming gender and racial barriers; and the influence of Edwin A. Link Jr. and Marion C. Link who had tremendous impact on training and flight simulation and donated thousands of items to Special Collections.
The exhibit runs through the Fall 2013 semester in the Information Commons of the Science Library.