About Digital Exhibitions
The digital exhibitions created by Syracuse University Libraries use images from our holdings to tell a story around a particular theme or set of themes. Exhibitions from the Special Collections Research Center, for example, use multimedia objects to tell stories about the history of the University or create a concise narrative around selected objects in the collections. The Biblio Gallery, featured at the bottom of this page, displays digital works of artists from in and around the university community.
Our Doors Opened Wide: Syracuse University and the GI Bill, 1945-1950
Biblio Gallery Online
Biblio Gallery, located on the fourth floor of Bird Library at Syracuse University, was created as an exhibition and study space in the spring of 2007. Since 2009, S. Ann Skiold, Art and Language Librarian, has served as curator. Biblio Gallery provides Syracuse University students with a place to exhibit their work. In 2021, the Biblio Gallery was replicated online. For the latest exhibit and information on how to submit work, please visit the