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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.

NOTE: At this time we are not taking reservations for the Jennifer and Philip DiNapoli Gallery. A call for proposals for 2022 will be available in early 2021. Be on the lookout for a call for proposals on this page. 

SJSU King Library Exhibit Calendar 

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




Exhibits Coming Soon


Chan Lim, 20th Family Art Exhibit

20 @ 2020

By the Chan Lim Family

Exhibit dates to be announced. 

"20 @ 2020" is the celebration of the 20th Family Art Exhibit of the Chan Lim Family. The Chan Lim Family of Artists is best known for their Asian-themed art with a particular focus on Chinese brush painting. The family has been actively engaged in the arts for more than half a century to date. The three generations of the Chan Lim Family use a multitude of media, styles, and techniques to incorporate Western into Eastern art. They continue to get involved in the arts by actively developing and promoting Chinese brush painting in the Philippines and abroad.

The Chan Lim family aims to create art on a variety of media. Over the years, they have continuously pushed the envelope on the type of media used for the Chinese brush. This exhibit presents Chinese brush painting on colorful lanterns.

Will be on display in the AAACNA Studies Center on the Fifth Floor of the SJSU King Library. 



Graphic illustration of Frankie McFly's logo and the SJSU Library

A Whole Lotta Frankie

By Frankie "McFly" Loera

Exhibit dates to be announced. 

This exhibit will feature drawings, paintings, and other artifacts, old and new, from local San José artist Frankie “Mcfly” Loera.

Will be on display at the Jennifer & Philip DiNapoli Gallery located on the Second Floor of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library.



Art of Remembrance VR Experience

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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 Lesley Seacrist at