Flashback: Popular Culture and American Society"
material from the 1950sincluding photo collages, automobile memorabilia
and pulp fictionwill be on display in Lockwood Memorial Library
through May 31. The exhibit can be viewed during regular library hours.
at Last: A History of the Abolition of Slavery"
A traveling exhibit curated by world-renowned historian James Oliver
Horton for the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History will be
on display in the Undergraduate Library from Monday through April 28
during normal library hours. The exhibition traces the political, moral
and religious aspects of the debates over slavery that took place from
1780 to 1865. It is comprised of 22 freestanding panels, a video and
interpretive and educational materials, including personal letters,
documents, cartoons, photographs and broadsides, drawn in large part
from the Lehrman collection. Many of the items previously have been
unavailable to the public on a widespread basis, such as an early fragment
of the "House Divided" speech by Abraham Lincoln.
The thesis exhibition for seniors in the Department of Art will be on
display Tuesday through April 25 in several sites in the Center for
the Arts, North Campus, including the second floor of the UB Art Gallery,
the center atrium, rooms 208 and B13, the Art Department Gallery and
the student lounge. A map of exhibition areas will be provided to visitors.
The exhibition, whose name derives from the collective weight of all
the pieces in the show (1,724 lbs. or 782 kilograms) will open Tuesday
with a public reception in honor of the 35 exhibitors from 5-9 p.m.
in the UB Art Gallery. The exhibition can be viewed from 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Orbit: Ten Years of Spin on Western New York Art"
Examples of artwork that have been exhibited at Big Orbit Gallery during
the past 10 years will be on display through April 28 in the Anderson
Gallery, Martha Jackson Place, Buffalo. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday.
E. Cober: A Retrospective Afterlife"
An exhibition honoring the life and work of the late illustrator and
teacher Alan E. Cober will be in display through May 18 in the first
floor gallery of the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts, North
Campus. Cober was a visiting professor of art and Distinguished Visiting
Artist at UB from 1987-96. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday
Art by Vesalius"
"19th Century Botanical Prints"
Reproductions of the famous "muscle men" series by Andreas Vesalius,
and print-images of plants with medicinal properties are on permanent
display in the Health Sciences Library on the South Campus. Material
for both exhibits was obtained via the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine
Collection in the library. The exhibits, supported by the Friends of
the Health Sciences Library and the Medical Historical Society of Western
New York, may be viewed during normal library hours.