Exhibitions

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In Robert Frost Library

The following is a listing of works on continuous display in the Robert Frost Library.

Native Voices/Native Books:
Introducing the Kim-Wait/Eisenberg Native American Literature Collection

An exhibition of printed books and ephemera documenting over 200 years of Native American intellectual tradition from Samson Occom to Louise Erdrich and beyond.

Archives & Special Collections, Frost Library
February 13 - July 31, 2014

The Illustrated Bird: still on view on Frost A Level

The exhibition of selections from the Richard L. Soffer Ornithology Collection is still on view in the Archives & Special Collections on the A Level of Frost Library. The show has been held over through the first week in April. Come by to see outstanding examples of bird illustrations from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries.

Coming in April: The Novelists of Amherst

An exhibition of fiction by Amherst College alumni, from Joseph Amiel to David Foster Wallace, and beyond.

Exhibit Commemorates 250th Anniversary of Noah Webster's Birth

Noah Webster, one of the principal founders of Amherst College and a 10-year resident of the Town of Amherst, is the subject of a new exhibit in the Archives and Special Collections of the Robert Frost Library at Amherst College. The exhibit commemorates the 250th anniversary of Webster’s birth on October 16, 1758. It is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9:00 – 4:00, and will run from September 4, 2008-January 5, 2009. A complementary exhibit featuring Noah Webster’s life in Amherst from 1812-1822 has been prepared by the Jones Library.

Student Art at Mead Art Museum at Amherst College Beginning May 9

May 3, 2002 Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—On Thursday, May 9, the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College will begin the presentation of three exhibitions of work that reflects the artistic and scholarly efforts of five students from Amherst College and the University of Massachusetts. These exhibitions, sponsored by the Associates of Fine Arts at Amherst, are free and open to the public. The first exhibition (May 9 through May 26) features the thesis work of two seniors, Emily Lobsenz and Nathaniel Robinson.

Phyllis Galembo's Haiti Photographs at Mead Art Museum Feb. 20 to May 16

January 22, 2004 Contact: Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417

“George Bellows: A Ringside Seat” at Mead Art Museum and “George Bellows: A Family Festival” at Amherst College Archives Sept. 5