Archive for the ‘exhibits’ Category

Contrasting Textures: Jewish Artists Explore Nature and Ecology

October 29, 2019

Contrasting Textures: Jewish Artists Explore Nature and Ecology is a collaborative exhibit of textiles and glass showing at Dayton Memorial Library on the Lowell Campus from November 1 – December 15, 2019. An artist’s reception will be held on November 10 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. with lectures by the artists at 5 and 6 pm. Open to the public – come join us!

James Dixon: Sculptures and Paintings

May 6, 2019

As a visual artist, James Dixon has used his cultural experience and knowledge to achieve universality rather than create a barrier to mainstream culture. Because his work is not bound by ethnic stereotypes, his audience is able to appreciate his art as an expression that unites rather than divides diverse communities and interests. In this way, Dixon is a global citizen whose work becomes a crossroads of exploration into the ever-expanding realm of worldwide artistic creation.

James’ work will be on display in the Fireplace Lounge of Dayton Memorial Library through May.

painting by James Dixon

National Library Week events & exhibit

April 1, 2019

National Library Week (April 8 – 12) is an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in strengthening our communities, providing critical resources, programs and expertise.

This year, the library and collaborating departments will be showcasing the services offered through their departments. There will also be a corresponding exhibit in the Hartman Gallery.

Monday, 4/8, 11am – 1pm- Research and Instruction
Tuesday, 4/9, 11am – 1pm- The Learning Commons
Tuesday, 4/9, 7pm – 9pm- Access Services
Wednesday, 4/10, 11am – 1pm- The Cupboard, Military and Veteran Services
Thursday, 4/11, 11am – 1pm- Digital Initiatives and Preservation
Friday, 4/12, 11am – 1pm- Collections and Resource Management

Women’s History Month

March 18, 2019

Check out the display outside DML 104 highlighting Women’s History Month!

display case with films and books highlighting Women's History Month

Paintings by Sister Sen Nguyen

March 7, 2019

Sr. Sen Nguyen is a talented painter, a Regis University graduate and the founder and executive director of Bridging Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of women and children in Vietnam. Her paintings will be exhibited in Dayton Memorial Library through March.

Highlighting Black History Month

February 7, 2019

This month, there are 2 displays in the library highlighting Black History Month. You’ll find a selection of books and music on the 2nd floor, and a film display highlighting Black History Month through historic Oscar winners on the 1st floor.

Highlighting Black History Month through Oscar winners exhibit

Cultivating Champions exhibit

February 4, 2019

The Cultivating Champions exhibit, on display for the month of February, highlights the champion tress that are a part of the arboretum on Regis’ Northwest Denver campus.

“The exhibit is not the history of the Arboretum but a presentation of what a tree does and what humans can do to preserve an environment that is enhanced by their presence,” said Elizabeth Cook, University archivist. “I really think that people will leave with a greater appreciation of our trees and an enriched knowledge of arboretums in general.”

Library faculty and staff share their creativity

January 10, 2019

The Dayton Memorial Library faculty and staff have teamed up to share a wide range of creative works in the Doyle and Margaret Hartman Gallery and Fireplace Lounge in the library through January. Textiles, digital media, poetry, prints and paintings are some of the media represented.

Retablos by Sean Trujillo

November 5, 2018

Local santero Sean Trujillo exhibits his most recent retablos, on display in the fireplace lounge of the Dayton Memorial Library through November.

View photos from the exhibit.

Home: Contemporary Indigenous Artists Responding

October 1, 2018

This exhibit gathers the work of 12 Indigenous artists working in printmaking, who each adopt a unique perspective from which to consider the ideas of community, place and belonging. Organized by Melanie Yazzie, professor of art at the University of Colorado at Boulder, this exhibition demonstrates an Indigenous relationship to home and homeland, enmeshed in a history of defense, sacrifice, resiliency and redefinition

The exhibit will be showing in the Fireplace Lounge of Dayton Memorial Library through Oct. 30. A reception and gallery talk by Melanie Yazzie will take place on Oct. 11 at 4:30 p.m.