Depth of Field
An unfiltered look at war photography and its impact on audiences, this exhibit seeks to highlight the intersections of the history of war in the Middle East with the history of war photography, especially the work of women, and how visual literacy plays a role in how we interpret and understand those intersections. Additional features include iPad Pro kiosks offering interactive elements and photographs by Keith Shapiro that document daily life in 1990s Syria. On display through Aug. 14, 2018, in the Diversity Studies Room, ground floor central Pattee Library, University Park.
1968: Student Activism at Penn State and Beyond
Using archival documents, photographs, and books from the Eberly Family Special Collections Library, this student-curated exhibit highlights the social and political turbulence of the late 1960s, across the country and around the world. Part of the larger "Moments of Change: Remembering '68" project. the exhibit is on display through July 31, 2018 in Franklin Atrium, Pattee Library, University Park.
Home: Contemporary Indigenous Artists Responding
A visual arts exhibit showcasing the work of 12 indigenous artists using the medium of printmaking , who each adopt a unique perspective from which to consider the ideas of community, place, and belonging. "Home" is on display through Aug. 31 in the Walter and Doris Goldstein Music and Media Center, second floor West Pattee Library, University Park.