The primary goal of the Exhibit Program is to enrich the community and the SJSU campus by creating exhibits with broad appeal for a diverse and multigenerational audience while continuing to support the Library's primary mission, as a preeminent educational resource.
If you would like to learn more about having your exhibit showing at the library, please contact the Exhibit Coordinator, Candice McGee at 1-408-808-2011 or Candice.firstname.lastname@example.org, she will be more then happy to speak to you about the exhibit galleries at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library. You can also view this Exhibits and Events King Library Guidelines for more information.
Beethoven's Vienna - Music-Making, Machinery and Technology, The Imperial Capital and Its Surroundings, and Everyday LifeWhat do these items have in common - engravings of battle scenes and palaces; a Viennese cookbook from 1803; a zograscope and vue d’optique prints; a lock of hair, a quill pen; music manuscripts and...Repeats every day until Sat May 25 2013 .Thu, May 23 (open hours)
Children's Book exhibit of Newbery Award and Caldecott Award Metal winners from the 1920 to 1980s. winning authors of chidren's titles.Repeats every day until Sun Jun 30 2013 .Thu, May 23 (open hours)
Stories of a Girl curated by Binh Danh shares the hopes and dreams behind the statistics of human trafficking. Key highlights of the art exhibit include photos taken by trafficking survivors living...Repeats every day until Thu May 23 2013 .Thu, May 23 (open hours)
Italian Americans in the Santa Clara ValleyThis exhibit is a historic glimpse into the contributions of Italian Americans to the greater Santa Clara Valley community. These historic shards chronicle...Repeats every day until Sun Jun 30 2013 .Thu, May 23 (open hours)