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Exhibitions

The University Libraries offers exhibitions and special displays throughout our Libraries.


The Weird One: Collages of Helen and Pat Adam

A small exhibition of the work of Scottish-American sisters, Helen and Pat Adam. The exhibition is located right outside the Silverman Grand Reading Room.

Location: Silverman Library, 3rd floor, June, 2018 - June, 2019


The Atom & the Dove

This exhibition of Polish peace posters uses the evocative symbols of the dove, olive branch and atomic mushroom cloud to advocate universal disarmament. Designed by Polish artists during the Cold War era, they were originally printed for the World Peace Council (WPC).

Location: Silverman Library, 3rd floor, December 2017 - August 2018


The Frederick and Alice Slee Beethoven String Quartet Cycle Concert Series, 1955-2018

The new exhibition in the Music Library, The Frederick and Alice Slee Beethoven String Quartet Cycle Concert Series, 1955-2018, commemorates the University at Buffalo Music Department’s 63rd presentation of the Slee Beethoven string quartet cycle. This annual series of concerts, started in 1955, is devoted to the performance of all of Ludwig van Beethoven’s works for string quartet. This year’s cycle will be performed by the Pacifica Quartet February 15-18 in Slee Hall/Lippes Concert Hall. The Slee Beethoven quartet cycle is very likely the only concert series in the world to present the cycle of Beethoven string quartets on an annual basis.

The exhibition presents images of some of the sixty-two string quartet ensembles that have performed on the series at UB as well as background about the origins of the series funded by a bequest by Frederick Caldecott Slee and his wife, Alice.

Location: Music Library, February 12 - June 1, 2018


One Health

Improving animal, human and environmental health through the efforts of medical doctors, veterinarians, public health professionals, epidemiologists, ecologists, infectious disease specialists, and microbiologists.

Location: Health Sciences Library, 1st floor, Cybrary Area


To Read is To Fly

The images displayed here belong to Steve McCurry and can be found on his blog (https://stevemccurry.wordpress.com) under the “To Read is to Fly” project. This project combined photos of very different people from across the globe all enjoying a similar moment of reading.

Location: Health Sciences Library, Lower Level, wall case opposite History of Medicine


Austin Flint and Charles Abbott - Lives and Legacies

Dr. Austin Flint and Charles Abbott - two signature names associated with the Health Sciences Library.

Location: Health Sciences Library, 2nd floor, just outside the Main Reading Room, October 2016-