Kennedy Library’s Creative Works department supports alternative approaches to scholarship with a commitment to amplify underrepresented topics and voices. We do this by shaping, sharing, and fueling stories with collaborators in art, exhibits, and digital publishing. We do this on the lands of yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini, the Northern Chumash tribe, upon which we are grateful guests.

Image from: “Pressing Forward: The Book Club of California at 100” exhibition. Photo: Kaori Funahashi (Art ‘12) /Kennedy Library

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Submissions from 2020

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Calm Your Thoughts With Tater Tots: a tater tot casserole recipe coloring book, jaime ding, Catherine Trujillo, Jett Witlin, Sasha Menshikova, Isabela Presedo-Floyd, Russ White, Natalie Priest, and Laura Sorvetti

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Digital Publishing at Robert E. Kennedy Library: Project Blueprint, Catherine Trujillo, jaime ding, and Adriana Popescu

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Here for a Reason: 1969 to 2019 - Fifty Years of Ethnic Studies at Cal Poly, Grace Yeh and Catherine Trujillo

Submissions from 2019

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25–35, Anna Teiche

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Cal Poly FrankenReads: An All-Day Public Reading of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, Robert E. Kennedy Library