Stop by the 2nd and 3rd floors of Hamersly to see the spring exhibits:
–>Rick Bartow 1979-2015: Familiar & Unusual, April 5 – June 16, 2017 in the 2nd floor gallery
–>Views from the Fractal Realm, by Paul Griffitts: April 3 – May 14, 2017 in the 3rd floor galleries
The library has two new exhibits on display for fall term:
- Painting + Photography – A Friendship by Elaina La Boda Jamieson and Vincent Leandro
- Earth Science at Western Oregon University: A Retrospective Review of Scholarship and Project-Based Learning
Our Spring 2016 exhibits are up for you to enjoy! Exhibit artists include Suellen Johnson (former WOU faculty), Huaqing Li (visiting Chinese scholar), Kun Wu (visiting Chinese Scholar), Yangfeng Wei (visiting Chinese Scholar), and Chauwen Zhang.
Click on the poster for more details about this term’s exhibits.
There is a lot going on at Hamersly this fall! Through a partnership with the Wholistic Peace Institute, and support from the Office of the Dean of Liberal Arts and the College of Education, the Hamersly Exhibits program is bringing the Hiroshima Ground Zero: NEVER AGAIN! exhibit to campus. The exhibit is curated by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan.
The library will be hosting events, exhibits, and speakers throughout fall term and you are invited! See a full schedule here.
The Fall exhibits in Hamersly Library are up! Check them out on the 2nd and 3rd floors:
Down the Ballot II: Candidates of Western Oregon University (2nd floor)
Curator: Carl Fisher, WOU Alumnus
Laugh or Cry (3rd floor)
Cartoons by Rob Harriman, WOU Alumnus
Our Spring 2014 exhibits include:
Maple Hall: Celebrating 100 Years
Dedicated in 1914 as the ﬁrst campus gymnasium, Maple Hall celebrates 100 years of service to the Western Oregon University campus. This exhibit features the many activities and people associated with Maple Hall. Through its evolution as a gymnasium, student recreation center, ROTC training, and dance studio, Maple Hall remains a place for active learning and a place to showcase creativity.
Located: 2nd floor gallery
More about Spring Term Exhibits...
Herstory & History
Abstract images of woman abound in history, representing some of the most enduring human ideals – sovereignty, justice, nature itself. These images are juxtapose with history to see some to the ways in which image and reality interweave and influence the forming of gender rules and roles by successive generations.
Located: 3rd floor galleries
These two new exhibits will run on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library until June 13th, 2013. See our flyer for more information.
Hamersly Library cordially invites you to the fall 2013 exhibit reception, Wednesday, October 9th from 4:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.
The exhibits run Monday, September 23rd through December 13th, 2013 featuring:
SHADOWS~ Anna Daedalus and Kerry DavisShadows is suite of life-size photograms that evoke the shadows of victims vaporized by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To create the images, artists Anna Daedalus & Kerry Davis designed and built a custom photo booth where participants were invited to lend their shadows in commemoration. This body of work was developed with a 2013 Project Grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council.
Oregon Archaeology Celebration: A traveling exhibit of Oregon Archaeology month posters. Each October, Oregon Archaeology Celebration creates a poster to promote Oregon’s cultural past. The 18 posters which make up this exhibit feature the wonders of archaeology around Oregon. Each poster depicts a different aspect of Oregon archaeology, covering a range of topics including climate change, volunteers in archaeology, Fort Rock Cave, a coastal shell midden site, preservation of ship wrecks, technology through time, and the Oregon Trail.
Additional exhibits include: Homecoming2013: Evolution of Waldo Wolf in the 1st and 3rd floor lobbies, Current Faculty Publications in the 1st floor, and Japanese-American Relocation Center Newsletters in the 2nd floor Lobby
Hamersly Library is sponsoring a unique (and really fun!) event as part of New Student Week. Come by the library Tuesday from 1-4pm, and Friday from 12-3pm to participate in WOU Futures Past: a fun, interactive library game that lets you experience the past and capture the future. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates about the event and pictures of all the activities!