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Olin and Uris Libraries present regular exhibitions and displays throughout the year. Olin displays are outside the Maps and Media unit (level B), opposite the circulation desk (level 1), and outside the periodicals reading room (level 1). In Uris Library, exhibition cases are in the upper lobby and on the gallery level.

Current exhibitions (Fall 2013):

Parallax: Exploring Cornell Luminaries of Science Fiction (Olin Library, level 1 and level B)



When the Emperor was Divine Siege of Cranes installation, entrance to Uris Library and exhibition, Gallery Level, Uris Library (August 23, 2013-January 2014)



Land Use, Transit, and Urban Redevelopment Illustrated (1933-1972): A walk through twentieth century maps from Cornell’s Map Collection (December 1 - December 15, 2013, W. Sibley Hall; coming to Olin Library, level B, in February 2014)



History of the University Library (Uris Library, lobby and gallery levels, ongoing)

Some of our previous exhibitions are also available online, including:

12/12/2013 - 3:33pm - sn18