Library Exhibitions Focused on Printmaking & Design in Reading Room

On display in the library’s reading room from January – March 10, 2017 are items from the School of Theology Archives focused on design, printmaking, and art. Come check it out! Thank you so much to Archivist and Preservation Librarian, Kara Jackman, who put together the exhibition! Information on current and past exhibitions can be found here.

Dress + Design 2.0: Beads and Baubles (January – May 2017)

What we wear tells the story of who we are. Cultural, religious, and traditional identities are communicated through accessories and every day objects in this exhibition of artifacts from the Jannette Newhall (world traveler who was the first professional Librarian of the School of Theology Library) and Percy Woodward Collections from the School of Theology Archives.

A Sense of Place/El Sentido del Lugar (January – March 10, 2017)



A Sense of Place/El Sentido del Lugar is a cross cultural, collaborative printmaking exhibition of original works by two presses that are separated by 3,800 miles. Circling the Square Fine Art Press of Gardiner, Maine and Fundación Estampería Quiteña of Quito, Ecuador celebrate a visual conversation on sustainability and biodiversity. For more information visit

The original prints appear on the walls in the Library’s Main Reading Room and in the School of Theology Community Center.

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 16, 2017 

5:30PM STH Community Center (Rooms B23/B24)

Remarks by printmakers from Circling the Square Art Press will speak about the project, their works, and the printmaking process. Light refreshments will be served.