“A Dialogue Between Old and New” and “Knowledge Building(s)”

Two new exhibits featuring University Archives materials are on display in the North Carolina Collection Gallery and the Davis Library Gallery starting this week!

A Dialogue Between Old and New and Knowledge Building(s) Posters

“A Dialogue Between Old and New: Notable Buildings on the UNC Campus” in the North Carolina Collection Gallery highlights the buildings that make the campus an “architectural laboratory,” spanning diverse styles and periods.  The exhibit features some of the most interesting architectural gems on the campus.

“Knowledge Building(s): The Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill” in the Davis Library Gallery displays photos, blueprints, and quotes that show the changing function and history of the university libraries from the 1850s to the present.

Photo of Davis Library by Ha Nguyen

The exhibit also features student photography by Hannah Chacon, Alisa Herr, Ha Nguyen, JW O’Neill, and Andreas Wierschen.

Read more about the exhibits here.  Both are on display until May 31.

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About Jennie Rose Halperin, Graduate Assistant

I'm a graduate student at the School of Information and Library Science and a first-year Carolina Academic Library Associate. I like playing ukulele, American history, tap dancing, and riding bicycles. I sing in Carrboro's klezmer band, Gmish.
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