Audubon’s Quadrupeds: His Last Project — January 9 – March 31, 2020

Audubon”s Quadrupeds: His Last Project

After the phenomenal success of Audubon’s Birds of America project, he turned his talents towards the four-footed creatures. With the artistic assistance of his two sons, and in concert with co-author John Bachman, Audubon plunged into this endeavor with his characteristic vigor and talent.  He created the first American produced, illustrated compilation of indigenous fauna.


This exhibit was curated by Lee Silliman/Lee’s Graphics from Missoula, Montana


Reduce-Reuse-Recycle The Art Exhibition 2020


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Attack of the Bloodsuckers! – May 21 – September 5, 2020

Attack of the Bloodsuckers!

Bloodsuckers are invading! Explore the science of what’s biting you! Examine the what, why, when and how of mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, leeches and other parasites. Feel for heat—bloodsuckers need a hot meal! Locate CO2 in your breath that attracts mosquitoes. Find a vein in an arm, and match suckers by their mouth parts. Play the itchy TwITCHer Game! Learn why bloodsuckers are important to the ecosystem—and how to keep them out of YOUR system. Creepy good fun!

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This exhibition was developed by the Sciencenter in Ithaca, New York.

War Comes Home: The Legacy – September 11- December 23, 2020

“I’m coming home! I’m looking forward to seeing you again…but I’m in no hurry to see the expressions on your faces when you see me.” – Private Al Puntasecca, letter to his family, 1953.


For veterans, returning home from war can be both an exhilarating and challenging experience. Through private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history, War Comes Home offers insight into the thoughts and emotions of veterans and their families upon their homecoming. These intimate perspectives – from the Civil War era through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq – reveal how war can shape a life, a family, and a community. This exhibition is a partnership with California Humanities and is a part of its War Comes Home initiative, which aims to raise awareness of and promote greater understanding of our veterans and explore the impact of war on our communities.





War Comes Home: The Legacy is a partnership between California Humanities, the California State Library and Exhibit Envoy. It is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the BayTree Fund, The Whitman Fund, and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.