So what are those New Media Artspaces, anyway?

New Media Artspace

It may have been the glimpse of a video that caught your eye as you rushed off to the elevator. Or maybe it was a brightly colored sign that caused you to pause on the way to checkout. Or maybe you saw students clustered around a screen on the 3rd floor and wondered… what are those New Media Artspaces?

By renovating the old pay phone booths in the library, the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and Newman created innovative exhibition space for the New Media Arts program. Underexposed, the first exhibition by the first cohort to complete the New Media Arts minor at Baruch, presents works in a range of media such as single channel video, animation, and photography.  Playing through August, Underexposed celebrates our New Media students while raising the profile of the arts at Baruch College.

Check out the current exhibition at the Artspace on each floor of the library, and expect more curated interdisciplinary artworks by international artists, students, alumni, and faculty showcased there soon.

For more information about the exhibition, please visit:

New Collection of Books on Turkish History and Culture

The Newman Library has acquired a new collection of books on Turkish history and culture through a grant from the Institute of Turkish Studies.  The titles were selected by students in the Baruch College Turkish Student Association.  The books are available for loan and are currently on display in the Engelman Reading Room on the second floor of the Library.

Turkish History Exhibit 7