Events

April 25, 2022 - June 27, 2022
collage with a photograph of a Black woman looking to the left and wearing a white hat with green leaves, a green top, and with a circle of leaves behind her head.
All-day event
Perry-Castañeda Library

The PCL Scholars Commons will be hosting a new exhibit entitled Afro-Latinx Resistance and Reclamation: The Arts Across Diaspora on display from April 25 - June 27. This exhibit is curated by master’s student in Women’s and Gender Studies/Information Studies, Gab Alderete-Cruz, and will feature artwork, fiction, scholarly literature, and other artistic works by Afro-Latinx cultural producers.  Event Details

May 2, 2022 - June 24, 2022
a fairy with blue hair waves a stick in the bottom left corner beside the exhibit text. A white rabbit stands on its hind legs in the right corner. A clock watch on a strad is slightly open where a white flower and vine crawls out in the top right corner.
All-day event
Perry-Castañeda Library

Fantasy fiction as a genre is a sprawling labyrinth under a big tent. With this display, we attempted to sample the fantasy books we've collected at PCL over many decades. We've represented high and low fantasy; middle grade, young adult, and adult titles; and a variety of magical and fantastical creatures in different worlds and settings. Event Details

May 23 - 26
All-day event
Virtual

Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL) is a home for communities of library and information workers who support scholarly, cultural heritage, educational materials, open access, open source, and transparency in libraries through digital preservation, repositories, metadata, theses and dissertations, scholarly communications, and research data management. Event Details