Isn't that queer? display

Undergraduate fellows curate new exhibits for the University Libraries

June 12, 2024

Three undergraduate fellows in the University Libraries have curated exhibits using materials from Rare and Distinctive Collections.

damaged book spine

Don’t judge a book by its spine: Preservation exhibit shows methods of book repairs

May 23, 2024

The “Treating Damaged Book Spines” exhibit will run through the summer in Norlin M350B and demonstrate a step-by-step process for mending spines.

Visual Arts Complex on campus

Patriarchosis exhibit at ֱ Art Museum features materials from Ann Roy papers

April 18, 2024

The Ann Roy papers are held in the University Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections and contain the work of Tulsa-born poet, mystic and political activist Ann Roy.

Exhibit at Boulder library

‘Empty Space’: LASP exhibition at Boulder library through March 31

Feb. 16, 2024

Find yourself in the cosmos, transported by art created in conversation with scientists and engineers at LASP and with the help of local school groups. Join special programs Feb. 24 and March 9.

Charlie Billingsley  and Von Ross partner on creating the exhibit

Artists celebrate Black womanhood, presence and connectedness

Feb. 9, 2024

A new exhibition at the ֱ Art Museum through July 13 was created by socially engaged artists-in-residence to honor Black girls and women.

Artwork depicting shabbat

‘Know Your Nosh’ exhibition on Jewish food opens

Jan. 24, 2024

The fifth installment of the Embodied Judaism exhibit series, “Know Your Nosh: Food, Jewishness & Identity,” now on view at the Norlin Library, explores the significance of food and agriculture for Jewish religious, cultural, national and political identities.

Visual Arts Center on a snowy day

New exhibit from creators of The Museum for Black Girls opens Feb. 9

Jan. 19, 2024

“We ֱ: A Visual Celebration of Black Womanhood, Presence, and Connectedness” is an exhibit curated by Charlie Billingsley and Von Ross, the ֱ Art Museum and University Libraries’ socially engaged artists-in-residence.

A plaster cast of a life-size Triceratops being installed in the lobby of a building.

Full Triceratops skeleton now calls Boulder home

Jan. 16, 2024

A full-scale skeletal reconstruction of a Triceratops—cast from the bones of several partial specimens found in the late 1800s—is now on display at ֱ Boulder's East Campus.

Artwork from the new The Coloradans and Our Shared Environment in Times of Challenge and Change exhibition

Celebrate a new exhibit on campus—opening reception Jan. 18

Jan. 16, 2024

An art exhibit will be on view through Feb. 24. Involving climate scientists and artists from across rural and urban ֱ, it tells the story of how Coloradans are experiencing the interrelated challenges of fire and drought, as well as water and air quality, in their communities.

Soldiers in Vietnam

‘Waging Peace in Vietnam’ exhibit to open Oct. 30

Oct. 24, 2023

A new exhibition is set for Norlin Library through December. Attend a series of events accompanying the show, including an opening reception on Oct. 30 at the Center for British and Irish Studies.