‘exhibits’ Category

A Peace of My Mind Photo Exhibit

Have you seen the A Peace of My Mind Photo Exhibit around campus? This is a multimedia art project by Photographer and Peace Activist John Noltner. We are excited to be included in the placement of these panels, which can be found on the main floor of the library. There are 53 panels on display […]

Remember Me: Voices of the Silenced

Gustavus is hosting “Remember Me: Voices of the Silenced”, a traveling gallery of powerful interactive artwork from Colombia, which testifies to the struggles of the victims of violence during the last 50 years in Colombia.   The exhibit will be available for viewing in the library from March 14 to March 26 in the room to […]

Come On! See Posters at the Hillstrom!

There’s a wonderful exhibit (actually two wonderful exhibits) at the Hillstrom Museum of art, just down the hall from the Book Mark. One of them, Come On! American Posters from World War I, is close to our hearts for two reasons. One, the posters are from the College Archives. Two, the exhibit brochure, commentary, and […]

Native Waters MAYDAY! Exhibit

In connection with this year’s MAYDAY! Peace Conference on “Troubled Waters,” the library is hosting an exhibit on the library’s lower level – “Native Waters: Sharing the Source.” Created by Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), the interactive exhibit is designed to help both children and adults explore the importance of water in their lives. […]