Exhibiting at the Library

 

Library Exhibit Venues

The primary exhibit venue in the Library is the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery located in Pollak Library North, Room 101.

There are additional spaces that can be made available to display smaller exhibits.

Applying for Gallery Use

Interested parties may contact the Exhibit Program Coordinator for further information at (657) 278-8254 or email . See the current call for proposals and guidelines below.

2020-2021 Call for Pollak Library Exhibition Proposals

The annual call for exhibition proposals is an open submission process for artists and curators to present and produce curated exhibitions in collaboration with Pollak Library. Initially, two proposals will be selected for summer/fall 2020 (July - September and October - December) in the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery on the first floor. Two more proposals will be selected for winter/spring 2021 (January – March and April – June). Additional proposals may be selected for exhibition in other venues throughout the library. Participation is open to campus and community artists, curators, faculty, staff, and students. A link to the current application and guidelines can be found here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yC7S5cCDQ3-UUrSxtG7elfb9yyYg2snHJ0y62bsBDxA/edit

Key Dates

  • Deadline for Submission: November 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

  • Selected Curator/Artist Notified: December 16, 2019

 

 

Upcoming Exhibits and Displays

The following exhibits and displays are scheduled to show in Pollak Library.

Memories of Migration: Telling our Stories & Connecting our Journeys

Dates:  July 8 - August 31, 2017
Curators:  David Lopez, Barbara Miller, Irma Morales, Brenda Ramirez, and Saidy Valdez
Location: Second Floor East Terrace
Description:  The project chronicles the migration stories of migrants in the Orange County area. While primarily focusing on Latino history in and around Orange County, the project has collected hundreds of migration stories from individuals from all walks of life to demonstrate that migration is a universal part of the human condition. The exhibit is a collection of various media from artists throughout the country exploring the theme of migration through their own interpretation.


 

Imagining Our Stories, Narrating Our World

Dates:  September - December 2017
Curator:  Erin Hollis (English, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics) and graduate student Frank Alanis
Location:  Second Floor Terrace
Description:  The goal for this exhibit is to highlight the power of stories and images in creating a world through the works or various graphic novelists, bridging the gap between visual and written language. In addition to using examples of written and illustrated stories, this exhibit functions as an interactive space where members of CSUF have the opportunity for creative expression.


 

Celebrating 60 Years of Community at CSUF (working title)

Dates:  January - March 2018
Curators:  Trish Campbell, Colleen Greene, Dr. Clem Guthro, Patricia Prestinary, and Adolfo Prieto 
Location:  Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery
Description:  Celebrating the 60th anniversary of California State University, Fullerton.


 

Advances in Human DNA (working title)

Dates:  April - June 2018
Curators:  Trish Campbell, Colleen Greene, and Robert Tomaszewski
Location:  Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery
Description:  Coming Soon


 

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