Events

All Main Library Gallery events are free to attend.

News

  • UI Libraries Friends Event: Trivia with Andrew’s Bar Exam

    The University of Iowa Libraries invites you to online trivia, emcee’d by Andrew’s Bar Exam. Join for eight rounds of general knowledge questions and see if your team triumphs! Form a team with your family, friends, or colleagues to compete, or compete individually. (Please arrange a secondary […]

  • Local Libraries Welcome Author Roxane Gay

    Local Libraries LIT (Listen, Initiate, Talk) will feature Roxane Gay, award-winning author and contributing op-ed writer for The New York Times, on Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 6:30 PM. This is the third virtual event in a new program series offered by public libraries in Iowa City, Coralville, […]

  • ‘Building Our Own Community’ Exhibit Virtual Tour Launched

    For those distant to campus, or who would like to experience the latest Main Library Gallery exhibition from home, a virtual tour of Building Our Own Community: 50 Years of the Latino Native American Cultural Center, Founded by Chicano and American Indian Students in 1971 is now available online. […]

  • The Mural: Controversial Change

    A mural in the Latino Native American Cultural Center (LNACC) has both a celebrated and a controversial past. In their Main Library Gallery exhibition, Building Our Own Community: 50 Years of the Latino Native American Cultural Center, Founded by Chicano and American Indian Students in […]

  • Local Libraries Welcome Author Saeed Jones

    Local Libraries LIT (Listen, Initiate, Talk) will feature award-winning writer Saeed Jones on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 7:00 PM. This is the second virtual event in a new program series offered by public libraries in Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty and the University of Iowa Libraries with […]

  • El Teatro Zapatista in the University Archives

      Curated by Rachel Garza Carreón and Christopher Ortega, Building Our Own Community: 50 Years of the Latino Native American Cultural Center, Founded by Chicano and American Indian Students in 1971 is an exhibition celebrating the many ways in which the Latino Native American Cultural Center […]

  • ‘It Is Home’: Q&A with Exhibit Curators Rachel Garza Carreón and Christopher Ortega

    A brand new exhibition opened on February 8 in the Main Library Gallery. Building Our Own Community: 50 Years of the Latino Native American Cultural Center, Founded by Chicano and American Indian Students in 1971 was curated with care by Rachel Garza Carreón and Christopher Ortega. Their work […]