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Current Exhibits at the Richard E. Bjork Library

COMING SOON! Lenape Life: Then and Now (virtual exhibit with small artifact exhibit by the Bean's List)

Curated by student Taylor Ketcham (LITT '21 / MAAS '22). 

Exhibit poster with farm, sign, and fruits and veg

Why is New Jersey the Garden State? (Richard E. Bjork Library, Main Floor Exhibit Area)

Curated by Louise Tillstrom, Archives Assistant, Stockton University.

This exhibit celebrates New Jersey's moniker, "The Garden State," by exploring the agricultural riches of our region. Learn about the history of the nickname, agricultural careers, and some of the products for which New Jersey is famous. 

Image of white church building with newspaper clipping titled

Selected works from "Manifest" and "Red Summer" (Richard E. Bjork Library, Main Level Learning Commons)

Artwork by Wendel White, Distinguished Professor of Art, Stockton University. Works selected from his "Manifest" series and "Red Summer" portfolio. On display during the 2020-2021 academic year in the Library Learning Commons. 

Take a Look at a Book!

This month's book display is a nod to Earth Day and green topics. Check out the covers in the Main Level atrium, and then check out the books! Curated by Shekhania Demosthenes, Library Assistant.

Poster with two photo identification cards for Congressman LoBiondo, one black and white and one color

The LoBiondo Legacy: Highlights from a Lifetime of Service to South Jersey (Richard E. Bjork Library, Lower Level Exhibit Area)

Curated by the students in "Congress and the President" class, Fall 2019, with Dr. Claire Abernathy. 


Large framed painting hanging on the wall of a tree with blossoms

Art on Display (Main Level of the Library)

Curious about the book statue or the playing cards hanging in the library Main Level exedra? Check out this guide to the library's permanent art collection.