The Tulane University Special Collections (TUSC) exhibition gallery, located on the second floor of Jones Hall, has featured a variety of exhibitions that showcase TUSC holdings. Recent exhibitions include Captive Voices: Hearing, Seeing, and Imagining Angola Prison, launched as a complement to the 2019 Tulane Reading Project selection, Vengeance by Zachary Lazar, and Proteus 1892, Teunisson 1902, and Louis Armstrong 1949: Selections from the Carnival Holdings. You can view highlights from the following recent exhibitions on the Tulane Libraries YouTube channel:
- Where We Stand: Zines from New Orleans (2020)
- Proteus 1892, Teunisson 1902, and Louis Armstrong 1949: Selections from the Carnival Holdings (2019)
- The Laurel Valley Plantation Photographs of Philip M. Denman (2018)
- Cook Dat! A Celebration of New Orleans Cuisine (2018)
The gallery is currently closed due to COVID-19, but TUSC staff look forward to welcoming you back for a visit when Tulane University campus reopens to the public in the future.
TUSC staff, as well as many Tulane students, have created several digital exhibitions that feature TUSC collections. Some highlights are linked here; to view all of the TUSC digital exhibitions, please visit the Library portal for online exhibitions.
- Books Through Their Pages
- William Faulkner’s New Orleans
- The Treasures of Tulane
- Riverboats and Jazz
- Education: Celebrating the Artistic, Academic, Athletic, and Administrative Achievements of the Women of Tulane University
- Louisiana Women’s Collection: A History of Political Activism
- The Organic Modernism of Albert C. Ledner
- The Extraordinary Life of Natalie Scott