Library exhibits

Library exhibits

The DVC Library hosts a variety of exhibits from art to items of historical interest. These exhibits are created and contributed by students, faculty and community members. The purpose of the exhibits is to broadly and openly communicate ideas, as well as stimulate thought and dialogue in our learning communities. Topics may include art, culture, aesthetics, diversity, literature, history, politics, and current events. We seek to promote student and faculty awareness along with community outreach using library materials, services and library facilities.

Library Exhibits: For more information on exhibit proposals, please contact Ruth Sison at rsison@dvc.edu.

 

ryan russell exhibitThe Wild and Robust Life of
Ryan Russell

9-16-13 through 10-26-13
Artist's reception
Saturday, 10-19-13,
1-3 p.m
. in the library
Our own DVC student, Ryan Russell, exhibits his unique collection of black and white photos. Devoted to film photography,Russell's philosophy is “I find joy in the simple beauties of life and try to capture them in my photos. I prefer an old school take on photography and am strictly a film photographer. The process is what I live for and I would not have it any other way.”.

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Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-3p.m.
Sat 12-4 p.m.
Sun closed