Exhibits

Record Album Covers Exhibit, 4th Floor

The W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection includes over 3,000 LP recordings, and a mere 45 examples of album cover art from the collection are on display on the Library’s 4th floor. This new exhibit, “33 1/3 @ 3333: Long Play Album Art from the W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection,” showcases album covers from artists with roots within the Appalachian region, ranging from traditional fiddle tunes to chart-topping hits.

Exhibit: Paper Bag Test – Boone

February 22 - March 31, 2016
Belk Library and Information Commons - 2nd floor rotunda
Free and open to the public
 

Art Department Faculty member IlaSahai Prouty is determined to expand the dialog about race and stereotypes on campus. Her new installation, Paper Bag Test - Boone is designed to present race as a social construct and to engage students, faculty, staff and the community about how we use words to describe, imply and evaluate race.

The Fraser Fir: A Modern Appalachian Icon Exhibit, 4th Floor

Special Collections' latest exhibit, “The Fraser Fir: A Modern Appalachian Icon,” features a broad array of materials from the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection including archives, clippings files, magazines, and books, all related to the Christmas tree industry in Appalachia.

Banned Books Week, September 27 - October 3, 2015

Warning! Banning Books Restricts Our Freedom To Read

The American Library Association (ALA) promotes the freedom to choose or the freedom to express one's opinions even if that opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular and stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of those viewpoints to all who wish to read them.

Horn in the West Exhibit, 4th Floor

The newest exhibit in Special Collections features historical documents, photos, an original poster, and an artifact from Boone’s outdoor drama, “Horn in the West.” The exhibit, curated by Appalachian Studies graduate student Adam Sheffield, is located inside Special Collections and is on display through the summer during the department’s open hours.  All of the materials on display and much more is available in the

Comic-athon, Wednesday December 3rd, 8 am-5 pm

Comic-athon
Wednesday December 3

The library will host an 8 hour graphic novel drawing session on the main floor. Just inside the library, students from an art department graphic novel class and students from an art education methods course will be drawing comics 8AM until 5 PM.

Anyone is welcome to join in the drawing.

Drawing materials are not provided but Zines are free!

Read some great comics, browse the library's comic and graphic novel collection and take home a Zine! See you there!

 

International Education Week -- Look for display of library resources

The Library will participate in International Education Week with a display of its resources for international travelers and researchers.  Starting Monday, check out our resources on display in the center of the first floor (straight ahead as you come into the Library).  IEW 2014 is November 17-21.

 

Celebrate Archives Month

October is North Carolina Archives Month. This year’s theme is “North Carolina at Play: Health and Leisure in Our State.” In honor of this, we are highlighting our Camp Catawba Collection in an exhibit located in the Cratis Williams Reading Room on the fourth floor of the library.

Located near Blowing Rock North Carolina, Camp Catawba was an overnight summer camp for boys aged 6 to 12. It operated from 1944-1970 under the direction of Jewish-German poet and educator Vera Lachmann.

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