Library exhibitions, both online and in person, help nourish and inspire intellectual curiosity and creativity at Cornell.
Several parts of the library system regularly stage online exhibitions, freely available to anyone with an Internet connection, that showcase digitized collections:
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
- Mann Library
- Olin & Uris libraries
- Asia Collections
- Kheel Center
Featured Online Exhibitions
This exhibition investigates the process of campaigning and electioneering through partisan artifacts, symbols and ballots. Ten featured elections-all well represented in the Cornell Library's collections-are examined alongside recurrent campaign themes.
Originally mounted at the Johnson Museum of Art as a collaboration with the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, this exhibit tells the history of the gargoyle and the grotesque with accompanying photos, prints and original sculpture.
The Angler's Alphabet explore the age-old fascination with fish and fishing through the double lenses of science and literature. This exhibit draws on Mann Library's extensive collection on fish, ecology and the art of fishing.
For more online images and information about the Library's world-class materials in person and online, visit the Collections overview.