- Dreams: An International Juried Artists’ Book Exhibition
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- It’s back! The 12th Annual Puget Sound Book Artists Members’ Exhibition! (June 5 – July 27, 2023), Opening Reception June 7, 4:30-6:30pm, Collins Library
- Cas Almond, 2023 Library Senior Art Award Winner
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Puget Sound Book Artists 12th Annual Members Exhibition (June 1 – July 31) Drawn to Tacoma: The illustrative art of Chandler O’Leary (May 10 – 24, 2023) The Wonderful World of Pop-Up Books: The Stanley W. Hess Collection, (February 21 … Continue reading
Explore the contributions of women to the railroad industry with hands on activities, re-enactors, speakers, and a special art exhibit! Free, and all are welcome!
Behind the Archives Door: Valentine’s Day Open House! Tuesday, February 14, 1-3pm, Archives Seminar Room, 2nd Floor, Collins Library
Drop by the Archives & Special Collections between 1pm and 3pm for a special open house dedicated to love in its myriad forms. Handle rare artifacts from our collections – including love letters, vintage valentines, and beautiful rare books – … Continue reading
Current Exhibit: Scripts, Scribes, and Scribbles (On display until April 26, 2023) This exhibit is all about hand lettering including medieval manuscripts, hand written books, 19th century penmanship textbooks, pens and inkwells, examples of contemporary calligraphy, personal handwritten journals and letters, writing … Continue reading
At Collins library you have access to experienced staff, including librarians, student peer research advisors, and subject experts. We are happy to help you learn to use the library and find materials for your research papers and course assignments. We … Continue reading
The Collins Memorial Library staff actively support the University in advancing equity, diversity, creating inclusive experiences for all members of our community and confronting institutional bias and structural racism. Together with our partners in the Orbis Cascade Alliance of Academic Libraries … Continue reading
This exhibit is all about hand lettering including medieval manuscripts, hand written books, 19th century penmanship textbooks, pens and inkwells, examples of contemporary calligraphy, personal handwritten journals and letters, writing desks, a “doodle wall,” and much, much more! Scripts, Scribes and Scribbles … Continue reading