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Library exhibits

The primary goal of the Exhibit Program is to enrich the community and the SJSU campus by creating exhibits with broad appeal for a diverse and multigenerational audience while continuing to support the Library's primary mission, as a preeminent educational resource.

If you would like to submit an exhibit proposal for the Jennifer and Philip DiNapoli Gallery (Second Floor), please contact the Exhibit Coordinator, Mariah Ramsour, at You can also view the Exhibits and Events King Library Guidelines and the Policy on Photographing and Videotaping for more information.

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library is closed until further notice. Stay tuned for more information about future exhibits on this webpage. 


Virtual Exhibits

Art of Remembrance Virtual Reality Experience

Papel Picado

Explore the Art of Remembrance Altar Exhibit in virtual reality! This interactive 3D experience will give you an opportunity to learn the meanings and history of this 3,000 year old ritual. This ritual honors the spirit of the dead by welcoming them and celebrating their legacy.

For questions, please contact Mariah Ramsour at


Spartan Quest: Social Justice & Campus Connections


Embark on your Spartan journey by learning about SJSU’s key landmarks and the events that shaped our campus, community, and world.

Interested in assisting or contributing to this ongoing project? Contact Michael Aguilar, Outreach & User Engagement Librarian at