Library Exhibits and Art Gallery
The Barber Library hosts rotating art exhibits through out the academic year in the Rotunda Gallery. The expansive Rotunda area within the main lobby of the library has an abundance of natural light and architectural features that creates a commanding area for the visual arts. The gallery displays the creative talents of students, faculty and regional artists with the purpose of provoking artistic interpretation in a learning environment. Find out more about showing your art in the
Upcoming and Current Exhibits
The F-Word: Stories of Forgiveness
January 17 through January 27, 2017
January 17 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Wille Hall (Coats Campus Center)
Created by The Forgiveness Project, The F-Word: Stories of Forgiveness features personal stories of forgiveness in circumstances many would find unforgivable.
The very word "forgiveness" is powerful, universal and divisive. Forgiveness inspires and outrages in equal measure. Why the disparity? To some, forgiving is weak and offensive, while to others it is the only way to live with the past without being held captive by it.
Join us to explore how concepts of reconciliation, conflict resolution and dialogue can be used to break cycles of violence and restore hope.
Stories of Forgiveness Flyer (PDF)
Rotunda Gallery - Previous Major Exhibits
Creating an Artist's Idea in Clay
The Artful Beauty of Science
The Spirit of Our Northwest Forests
Permanent Collections on Display
Van Vleet Photography Historical Collection dating from 1900s
Updegraff Typewriter Collection dating from 1881 to 1924