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Virtual Offerings

Upcoming Virtual* Events

Artists Virtual Discussion: January 26, 12pm, via Zoom. Registration required here. Join 'Hacking the Library' exhibiting artists Jackie Andrews, Trudy Borenstein, Sally Brown, Matthew Conboy, Chantel Foretich, Robin Miller and Xue'er Gao for an artists' roundtable and discussion on Zoom, moderated by art historian Linda Rosefsky.

For upcoming in-person events check our event calendar. 

If you require ADA assistance, contact WVU's Office of Accessibility Services at or call 304-293-6700.

All of our past recorded virtual programs are documented and available for viewing on the WVU Libraries' YouTube page.

VIrtual Exhibits

Statue of medical symbol

Survey of Medical Symbols

This online exhibit, developed by WVU Art in the Libraries, takes a look at the range of history of medical symbols, and the medical symbols in artwork in the WVU Health Science Center. 

Laptop art exhibit

Laptop Art Exhibit

We posted a call to campus and community to share and explain their laptop stickers. These 13 individuals offer insight into their lives and interests, showing their passions and ways of self expression through their unique collections of stickers.

Political Buttons

UNDEFEATED: Canvas(s)ing the Politics of Voter Suppression Since Women's Suffrage

Undefeated examines the political process with special attention to efforts to suppress the votes of women and minorities since 1920.


drawing of flower


A collaborative exhibit by West Virginia & Regional History Center and Art in the Libraries around the WVRHC coloring pages.

View #ColorOurCollections Now

photo of man with thumbprint imposed


A juried exhibit of digital and print collages using the West Virginia & Regional History Center OnView digital archives.

View Remix Now

mothers day shrine

Anna M. Jarvis

WVU sophomore finance major and WVU Libraries' student worker, Jake Runner, created this online exhibit around Anna M. Jarvis, a West Virginia and founder of Mother's Day.

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Georgeann Wells

Georgeann Wells

WVU sophomore finance major and WVU Libraries' student worker, Jake Runner, created this online exhibit around the first woman to dunk and WVU basketball player, Georgeann Wells.

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abstract art of woman

Health Science Professionals Create!

An exhibit of ten WVU Health Sciences Professionals' art and craftwork.

View Create! Now

newspaper photo of protest

Lee Greer Brewster

An exhibit honoring the legacy of West Virginia LGBTQ+ activist Lee Greer Brewster.

View Lee Greer Brewster Now

painting of people in city center

Library Staff/Faculty Favorite Art

Several WVU Libraries faculty and staff share images and write about art that is important to them.

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Mary Lou Retton

Mary Lou Retton

WVU sophomore finance major and WVU Libraries' student worker Jake Runner created this online exhibit around famous West Virginia gymnast Mary Lou Retton.

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Natalie Tennant

Natalie Tennant

WVU sophomore and WVU Libraries student worker Jake Runner created this online exhibit around the first WVU female Mountaineer, Natalie Tenant.

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Polling station

Politics and Climate Change

Online Exhibition, created by students in Honors 204A, Fall 2020, for WVU Art in Libraries, in conjunction with the exhibition,  Undefeated: Canvas(s)ing the Politics Around Voter Suppression.

View Politics Now

The TElltale lilac bush book cover

Ruth Ann Musick

WVU sophomore finance major and WVU Libraries' student worker, Jake Runner, created this online exhibit around Ruth Ann Musick, an author and folklorist that focused on West Virginia tales.

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Photo of West Virginia Sufferagist

West Virginia Suffragists

A visual and textual overview highlighting some notable West Virginia suffragists.

View Suffragists Now


Women of Appalachia Art Project

A curated exhibit of ten regional visual artists who are women.

View Women of Appalachia Now

Stewart Hall

Stewart Hall and Downtown Campus Library

A Historical Look at the Buildings. A visual and textual overview highlighting the history and nuances of these two WVU buildings.

View Stewart Hall Now

group of women in office

Feminist Activist Collection

A collaborative exhibit by West Virginia & Regional History Center and Art in the Libraries around the WVRHC Feminist Activist Collection.

View Feminist Activist Now
black and white photo of hallway

WVU Haunted Halls

WVU Art in the Libraries intern Erin Fields created this online exhibit around Appalachian Storyteller Jason Burns' podcast about haunted WVU buildings.

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DIme novel cover of two men

Dime Novels: Racialization and Erasure

Faculty Exhibit Award winner Nancy Caronia presents dimestore novels she encountered While working on an interdisciplinary volume exploring how the American dime novel genre assisted in spreading discriminatory notions.

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Dr. Mildred Mitchell-Bateman, M.D.

West Virginia People of Color in Healthcare

This online exhibit complements the print display now on view at the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center Pylons. The exhibits were developed by WVU Art in the Libraries with advisory from the WVU William Neal Museum of Health Sciences, the West Virginia and Regional History Center and the WVU Libraries' Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

View POC in Healthcare Now
WV Women

West Virginia Women

In honor of Women's History Month, an Art in the Libraries student volunteer created this online exhibit featuring a selection of notable women from West Virginia, using the photos and information from the exhibition co-curated by WVU Libraries Exhibits Coordinator Sally Brown, originally on display at Arts Monongahela in 2017, at the Health Sciences Center in 2019, and now available for travel.

View West Virginia Women Now

Field with barn

Food Justice in Appalachia

An exhibit by WVU Libraries in partnership with the WVU Food Justice Lab and the WVU Center for Resilient Communities.

Read More About Food Justice


Art of the Mask

Art in the Libraries' juried online exhibition featuring community members and their creative masks. 

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Chris Sarandon

Chris Sarandon: Career and Archives

This holiday season, we are celebrating the spooky and jolly holidays with West Virginia University Alumnus Chris Sarandon. Known for his role as the speaking voice of Jack Skellington.

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Online Art Resources

Million Mile Secrets: 13 Galleries and Museums to Tour

Google Art and Culture Online Exhibits

Smithsonian Museums Online Exhibits

New York Times article listing virtual museum tours

Creative Mornings daily webinars for creative professionals offered by artists and designers worldwide

I Like Your Work podcast with contemporary working artists posted weekly

National Museum for Women in the Arts weekly virtual gallery talks

Renegade Craft virtual art fairs

Together Apart, podcast by New York Times on creative virtual gatherings

Art Museum of WVU from Home