Alkek Library Exhibitions & Displays
There are exhibit and displays found throughout the library. Learn more about reservable display areas in the library.
Below is what is currently on display in the library.
Alkek Second Floor
Protest for Change
June 1 – September 30, 2020
The purpose of the display is to support the mission of diversity and inclusion, which are part of the mission statements of the university, university libraries, Office of Equity and Inclusion and Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion (SDI). In light of President Trauth's email addressing the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, now is the time to provide materials that support education about systemic racism and its impact on the lives of BIPOC in the United States, within Texas and here within our Bobcat family.
The Protest for Change research guide is for a Library collection display of books, DVDS, databases, virtual and streaming resources on the topic of riots & protests confronting racial inequality experienced by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) in the United States.
This exhibit is located on a silver cart by the entrance on the main (2nd) floor of the library.
Alkek Third Floor
A zine - derived from magazine - is an independently- or self-published booklet, often created by a single person. The Alkek Library has a great selection of zines. And find more information about where to find and how to make zines on the Zines Research Guide.
This display is located in front of the Checkout Desk between the elevators and the grand staircase.
Art & Protest Exhibit
Check out the Art & Protest Exhibit with books about art and protest, art and social action, art and politics, and art and social justice.
The exhibit is located in the glass case by the elevators on the third floor.
There is also a cart with more books related to art and protest that are available to be browsed and checked out.
Alkek Fourth Floor
Check out the architectural renderings of the new spaces located on the first floor of the library that will be opening soon! Learn more on our web page. This display is located between the elevators and the grand staircase.
Alkek Sixth Floor
African-American Materials Exhibit
This exhibit includes materials that support the new African-American Studies program. Read more about the African-American Studies program and library resources available related to it on the African-American Studies Research Guide.
Latina/o Materials Exhibit