Featuring materials from the University Libraries’ arts and humanities collections, this exhibit, on display through Aug. 30, features the works of Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction and nonfiction writers, poets and playwrights who have championed the cause of social equality and democracy and who have significantly impacted American art and culture. The exhibit is located in the Diversity Studies Room, 203 Pattee Library, University Park.
On display through May 5 in the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library in the Stuckeman Family Building, University Park, this exhibit is the result of research by an interdisciplinary team of Penn State faculty and graduate students. The story of the Air Wall was rediscovered when California architect Mark Hajjar, William Hajjar’s son, gifted his father’s architectural records to Penn State’s Eberly Family Special Collections Library.
Exploring the ubiquitous world of polymers from polyester clothing to recycling, this exhibit, on display through August 9, 2017, is located in the Pattee Library central display cases and adjacent Sidewater Commons, University Park. The exhibit features the University Libraries' plastic-related books, 3D printing, and a recap of the "Great Book Move," a 2016 performative art event by Viennese artist Katrin Hornek.