Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

ai exhibit

To learn more about this exhibit and to plan your visit, please visit lib.uci.edu/exhibits/artificial-intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence at UCI and Beyond exhibit, presented by UCI Libraries, explores the transformational branch of computer science that is increasingly influencing the ways we live and work. With applications in transportation, healthcare, business, and more, AI-enabled systems are seeking to enhance human capabilities. From autonomous vehicles to business intelligence, this exhibit showcases some of the AI technologies and research models allowing computer systems to learn from experience, operate autonomously, and perform human-like tasks. 

Artificial Intelligence at UCI and Beyond was curated by Danielle Kane, Computational Research Librarian, edited by Cheryl Baltes and Gaby Camacho, and designed by Allan HelmickSylvia Irving, and Luisa Lee.

This exhibit will be on display on the 2nd floor Science Library during regular library hours July 2022 through February 2023.

 

The UCI Libraries Exhibits Program promotes the diverse holdings and scholarly and cultural value of the Libraries’ collections to the campus and community. To support the Libraries' Collection Enhancement Fund, please click here.

Current Exhibits

snapshots of orange county
2022 Exhibit | Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces

To learn more about this exhibit and to plan your visit, please visit lib.uci.edu/snapshots.

Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces exhibit, presented by UCI Libraries, explores the cultural, economic, and political landscape of Orange County from its inception through World War II. While multicultural groups were setting roots before the war, military installations brought soldiers from all over the country to Orange County, changing the demographics, cultural norms, and expectations. This exhibit shares the stories of the spaces, places, and faces that transformed rural Orange County to a thriving metropolis. 

Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Place, Faces was curated by Nicole Arnold, Research Librarian for Student Success and Instruction; Cynthia Johnson, Head of Reference Department and Grunigen Medical Library; John Sisson, Research Librarian for Biological Sciences; and Krystal Tribbett, Curator for Orange County Regional History and Research Librarian for Orange County. The exhibit was designed by Allan HelmickSylvia Irving, and Luisa Lee.

This exhibit will be on display in the main lobby of Langson Library during regular library hours February 2022 through mid-October 2022.

 

The UCI Libraries Exhibits Program promotes the diverse holdings and scholarly and cultural value of the Libraries’ collections to the campus and community. To support the Libraries' Collection Enhancement Fund, please click here.

Current Online Exhibits

 

Past Exhibits

 

Other Exhibits

  • Abraham Trembley: A Pioneer in Developmental Biology
    An exhibit of the gifts donated by Howard and Sylvia G. Lenhoff on display in the Science Library 1st floor lobby.
  • East Asian Languages & Literatures - Book Exhibits
  • Hmong Textiles
  • Documenting the Southeast Asian Refugee Experience