View a Cline Library Exhibit
You’ll find a variety of exhibits and displays that inform and inspire, whether your visit takes you to the Library Building or Online.
In the Building
Images of a Lost World: Glen Canyon on the Colorado
Through July 31, 2024
This exhibit features 56 photographs of Glen Canyon and its tributaries before the magnificent canyon complex was flooded by the waters impounded by Glen Canyon Dam. It shows the pristine, pre-dam Glen Canyon from several perspectives, including a modern history of the canyon, its prehistoric Native American inhabitants and the archaeological resources once found in Glen Canyon.
LOCATION: Special Collections and Archives Exhibit Gallery, Second Floor
HOURS: View when Special Collections and Archives is open
The Grand Canyon: A Boatman’s Perspective
Through December 15, 2023
Photographer Michael Collier shares 47 photographs that portray and reflect upon the experiences of river running of the 1970s and 1980s. Paddle alongside Collier and his river running comrades and see how the experience was different then – new, raw, and full of unproven successes and failures.
LOCATION: Main Hall Exhibit Gallery, First Floor (near the Jean Collins Reading Room)
HOURS: View when the Cline Library building is open
View when the Cline Library building is open
NAU Student Research & Creative Works
- Librarian’s Choice 2023 Award Winners Works by NAU Undergraduate Research Symposium presenters that earned honors and recognition from Cline Library librarians
- Best of Spring 2023: A Self-Juried Art Exhibition Presented by the students in Elisa Wiedeman’s ART 135: Drawing Fundamentals course
- Finding Place in Northern Arizona Artworks by students in the Fall 2022 HON 340: Finding Place in Northern Arizona course taught by Robyn Martin and Dawn Sutherland.
- Undergraduate Student Researcher Spotlights Students who demonstrate the range of research opportunities offered to undergraduates at NAU.
LOCATION: The Studios, First Floor
MakerLab NAU Student Creator Showcase
- Morgan Norris 3-D printed masks created for the spring 2023 NAU Opera production of Don Giovanni
- Jaren Doose Glowforge laser-cut designs
- Dadric Riggs 3-D printed artworks
LOCATION: MakerLab, First Floor