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Bluefeather Fellini by Max Evans book cover

NMSU Library to Honor Max Evans with Exhibition of Works

NMSU Library will feature a Max Evans exhibition showcasing his extensive portfolio of short stories, novels, essays, and novellas beginning on December 10th. Many of Evans' works feature characters that embody a love affair with New Mexico and the West. Evans' body of work spans decades, his first novel "The Rounders" was published in 1960, and his non-fiction work "For Love of a Horse" was published in 2007. The Max Evans Exhibition will be on display on the first floor of Branson Library from December 10th to January 15th, 2015.

Folk life Festival Exhibit

Folk life Festival

Location: 4th Floor of Branson Library's Milton Gallery:

The "Lore of the Archives: Dr. Andrew Wiget and the The New Mexico Folk Life Festival" print collection will be available for public viewing in Branson Library's 4th Floor Milton gallery. Dr. Wiget is a former English professor and Director of NMSU's New Mexico Heritage Center. This print collection features selected prints from the 1993 New Mexico Folklife Festival, a four day major event held in Young Park in Las Cruces, nearly 30,000 people attended. The print collection highlights will be available for viewing until February 15th, 2015.

Pete V. Domenici Exhibit

Domenici Photo Exhibit

Location: 2nd Floor of Branson Library:

The Senator Pete V. Domenici Photo Exhibit will be displayed until the Fall 2015 semester. It showcases over 30 images highlighting the Senator's 36 year career in the US Senate, including his time with Presidents, fellow New Mexican politicians, and his constituents.

Holy Family Retablo

NMSU Retablos Displayed at Library

Location: Library Dean's Office, Zuhl Rm#224:

The display in the Library is but a sampling of the University's collection. New Mexico State University holds the largest public collection of retablos in the United States. From 1963 to 1973, more than 1,700 retablos were donated to the University.

Library Art Tour

Tour the collection of artwork that can be found at the Zuhl and Branson Libraries.

Online Exhibits