University Library Gallery Program

Mission

The Sonoma State University Library Gallery program enriches the intellectual, educational, and cultural life of the Sonoma State community through exhibits by student and alumnae artists, regional artists, traveling exhibitions, and selections from the University Library’s unique collections. Exhibits are intended to align with the SSU mission and curriculum and inspire discussion and debate beyond the gallery walls.

See our current and past exhibits

Spaces in the Library

University Library Art Gallery

2 well lighted walls, with black and white photographs.
The University Library Gallery displays two- and three-dimensional works by students, professional artists, selections from the University Library's unique collections, and material from traveling exhibitions. The University Library Gallery is located on the second floor of the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center.

 

2North

2North is a gallery space used to display two-dimensional works in a dynamic student space allowing for students and visitors to engage with exhibits and enjoy them while they are using our other services. The 2North gallery space has hosted significant exhibits such as the photography of John LeBaron and a retrospective on retired Black Panthers. 2North is located on the second floor of the Information Center.

 

Additional Exhibition Space

2 corners of a wall with 4 large posters on each wall.
On occasion, the Library displays art and University materials on other walls in public areas.