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Context Library Series

Previous Exhibits

The Context Library Series has brought the following installations to CSUSM Kellogg Library:

  • My Life is My Story by Ana Hernandez, Monica Nava and Pam Calore, Fall 2019
  • Cultures Confined, by CSUSM Students Spring 2019
  • Beyond the Stereotype: There is Pride, by Office of Inclusive Excellence, Fall 2018
  • Revolutionary Grain by Suzun Lucia Lamaina, Fall 2017
  • Realms of Appropriation by Daniel Barron Corrales, Spring 2017
  • (In)Visible Project by Bear Guerra, Fall 2016
  • Dear Sea, Love Me by Julie Goldstein, Spring 2016
  • Patterned Heritages by Doris Bittar, Fall 2015
  • Beyond the Stereotype: A CSUSM Social Justice Initiative to Stop Cultural Appropriation, Spring 2015
  • Enlisting a Nation: American Propaganda of World War I featuring the collection of Heather Northway, Fall 2014
  • The Uterus Flag Project by Terrilynn Quick, Spring 2014
  • More than a Fence: (de)Constructing Mexico/US Borders by Dr. Kendra Rivera, CJ Rivera, Maria Teresa Fernandez, Pam Calore, and students of Prof. David Avalos’ visual arts class, Fall 2013
  • Incarceration, Liberation, Imagination by Saul Figueroa, Spring 2013
  • More than Casinos: California Indian Culture, Contributions and Communities, Fall 2012
  • What First Woman Wrote: Ixhil Mayan Texts and Textiles, featuring the collections of Drs. Jule Gomez de Garcia and Michael Hughes, Spring 2012
  • Wounded Hearts: A Journey Through Grief by Colleen Moss, Fall 2011
  • Multiply by Six Million: Portraits and Stories of Holocaust Survivors, Spring 2011
  • Globalization and War: The Aftermath by Malaquias Montoya, Fall 2010
  • Women Hold Up Half The Sky: Portraits of Women in China by Felix Bonomo, Spring 2010
  • Earth From Space from the Smithsonian Institute, Fall 2009
  • Prison Nation from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Spring 2009
  • There is Work: Hay Trabajo, Photographs by Leland Foerster, Fall 2008
  • See Related Story: The Murder of JR Warren by Rory Golden, Spring 2008
  • Through the Eyes of Children: Lives in Poverty, Fall 2007
  • Rooted Dreams: Painting and Installation by Erik Otto, Spring 2007
  • Veterans: Photographs by Waldo Nilo, Fall 2006
  • Growth and Change: Photographs by Joyce Campbell, Spring 2006
  • Art of Protest: Works by Malaquias Montoya, Fall 2005
  • Taking the Early Bus: Photographs by Leland Foerster, Summer 2005
  • Commodore Perry and the Westernization of Japan, Spring 2005
  • Lynching in America: An Installation by Renee M. Billingslea, Fall 2004

Context is a grant-funded, instructionally-related library series supporting student learning and research through art installations. To schedule exhibit class visits or guided tours, contact Dr. Toni Olivas, Engagement & Inclusion Librarian, or (760) 750-4333.