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Upcoming Exhibits

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Prescriptions for Change: Value Voting in Healthcare

Health Sciences Library  | Aug. - May. 2025

A rotational exhibit of mixed media from Skyrocket: What Drug Prices Do, by Katy Giebenhain

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Artificial Intelligence

Downtown Library 2025

For the WVU Art in the Libraries 6th collaborative, multidisciplinary exhibition, we want to invite the WVU community to look at how artificial intelligence might impact fields of study, work, career readiness and community engagement.

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WVU Art in the Libraries Retrospective: 2015-2024

The retrospective will illustrate and celebrate eight years of exhibits and programs across the three Morgantown-based libraries, showcasing its scope and impact on the campus and community.

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The Mountain Traditions Project

Downtown Library | Fall 2024

The Mountain Traditions Project tells the stories of 50 individuals who are carrying forward Appalachian traditions in our rapidly changing world, challenging long-held notions of cultural rigidity in Appalachia, and exploring the heritage of the region as a rich, diverse tapestry of traditions that is inclusive of a plurality of voices, identities, and perspectives.

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Hidden No More: The Enduring Impact of Native American and Enslaved People on the Evansdale Neighborhood and WVU Campus

Downtown Library | May 02024

This exhibit highlights people and circumstances comprising the many stories that are woven into 360 acres of land – Home to Native Americans for thousands of years

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Trout in the Classroom: A Journey Through Art and Science 

Curated by Jennifer Ripley Stueckle, WVU Teaching Professor of Biology, and 2024 WVU Art in the Libraries Faculty Exhibit Awardee.  This exhibition showcases the collaborative efforts of local schools, community volunteers, and university students in exploring the life cycle of rainbow trout through quilts, paintings, prints, and photographic documentation of the project process.

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Material Culture Displays

Evansdale Library | Aug. - Dec. 2024

The assembled displays will provide insights into voting culture and history, showcasing a curated collection of ballots, a voting machine training device, informative "field guides" to ballot design and other voting ephemera. Highlights of the exhibition include a mechanical voting machine training unit, used to instruct voters on the use of mechanical voting machines dating back to the late 19th/early 20th centuries.

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