Presented in our gallery or online, our exhibitions feature physical and digital materials from our collections along with descriptions and narratives that highlight the important themes and stories to be found in the archives and collections of the library.
These exhibitions feature digital materials from our collections that have been selected, organized, and described guest curators and our librarians. They incorporate interactive components, audiovisual media, and other elements made possible in a digital world.
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Masquerade: Scripturalizing Modernities Through Black Flesh
Pitts Theology Library hosts exhibitions in our gallery throughout the year. These exhibitions present physical artifacts from our collections and from other institutions alongside descriptive and narrative content produced by guest curators and Pitts' librarians.
The exhibition gallery is on the third floor of the library. This 1200 square-foot space includes twenty-two custom display cases that introduce visitors to the library’s major collections. We invite you to explore the exhibitions, download the electronic catalogs, and pick up some of the posters, bookmarks, and other printed materials in the racks provided.
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This Sacred Art: The Emergence of the Printed Book in Fifteenth-Century Europe