Exhibits @ Your Library

On display

Here are some examples of what has been exhibited at Special Collections in the past.


National Space Day

Bound Journals

Jesus Martinez & Angela Ramon Martinez Familia

State Fair

Un Vistazo de Martineztown

Tiniest Vampire (and other silly things) + Pen & Ink by Leonard Witter

photo courtesy of @tiniestvampire

Summer Fun - Lavender Farms

"En Unidad Hay Poder (In Unity, There is Power)"

The second annual Martineztown Cultural and Historical Celebration is an exhibit that is organized around the cultural significance of Manuel Sanchez, founder of Manuel's Food Market (a community meeting place and center for activism), Richard Martinez, Manuel's son-in-law and community organizer, and their involvement in the Democratic Party. The exhibit will feature local campaign materials, newspaper articles, and relics of interest from Manuel's Food Market.

Paintings by George Kawamoto


LIBROS is an educational organization whose purpose is to stimulate interest in and encourage development of the book arts, specifically in the greater Albuquerque Metropolitan area. From novice to the professional craftsperson, LIBROS offers a variety of inspiration for both traditional and experimental art. Founded in 2001 LIBROS currently has approximately 50 members. Meetings are the 1st Saturday of the month at 9:00am. Guests are welcome.

Ernie Pyle Day

George Kawamoto, Scene on the Street