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The goal of the library exhibition program is to provide a space for student work and campus research to be shared with the community and that our exhibition program provides an opportunity to present stories, voices, and work that otherwise may not be able to be shared.

Idaho Booker’s Dozen

Level 4

March 6th – April 24th

Booker’s Dozen, a biennial, juried show of artists’ books from The Idaho Center for the Book travels to thirteen venues in schools, libraries, and exhibition spaces across Idaho and now into Utah! Jurors for the 2019-2020 exhibition are Gwyn Hervochon, Librarian/Archivist at Boise State University; Karl LeClair, visual artist and arts administrator in Boise, Idaho; and Brian Wiley, Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Boise State University.

Artist include: Jill AnnieMargaret, Aaron Bacus, Ameerah Bader, Angela Batchelor, Morgan Black, Wendy Blickenstaff, Sarah Bodman, Kimberly Brandel, Angie Butler, Brooke Cassity, Cristina de Almeida, Sam Forlenza, Nicole Geller, Taylor Gray, Charlotte Hall, Caitlin Harris, Sam Hlebechuk, Ben Hyunh, Lanh Nguyen, Mervi Pakaste, Scott Samuelson, Erin K. Schmidt, Courtney Stallcup, Danielle Thomas, Glenn Thomas, Jess Tornga, Corinne Welch, Gabe Vance, and Philippa Wood.

Utah Women and the Suffragette Movement

Level 4, Reading Room

Special Collections is celebrating Utah and the suffragette movement that helped get women the right to vote.

Artifacts of Suburban America

Level 1, February 1, 2020 – April 10, 2020

This exhibit parallels the relationship between disposable goods common to suburban communities to the lifestyle of those communities by fabricating new objects through the repurposing of others, and by the use of household materials in unconventional ways. Exhibition is by sculpture major, Bea Hurd.

“While I was telling your story…” Zines by LEAP Students

Level 2, February 15, 2020 –

The Marriott Library Zine Collection is located on the first floor of the Library in the 1100 classroom hallway outside of classroom 1110.

Students read and reflected on multiple zines from the collection as their inspiration for this project. This exhibit includes a selection of Zines crated by students in 2018.

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