The current exhibition showing on our website and in the STH Mary Elizabeth and Allen Moore Community Center is “Realities of the Reincorporation Process in Llano Grande, Dabeiba.” Visit the BU Theology Arts Gallery to view these beautiful works of photography online. We are so very grateful for these works created as part of of a Religion and Conflict Transformation project by Susi Franco (STH ’19) as part of her independent study project.
Additionally, we are hosting an exhibition, “Along The Road To Accessibility: Boston University Disability History ” on display in the STH Library’s main reading room, and online at: www.bu.edu/sthlibrary/along-the-road-to-accessibility-bu-disability-history-exhibition. We hope you enjoy and learn more about the positive people, places, and departments that help people with disabilities throughout the University beginning in 19th century through today.
Below, you will find a timeline of previous exhibitions hosted by the Archives, as well as a listing by year with links.
- “Who Is My Neighbor?” Art by John August Swanson
- Museum of Modern Thought
- In Wilderness is the Preservation of the World: Photography by Dan Wells
- A Mix of Media: Art from Recent Donors and Old Friends
- Bordados De Memoria: Embroidering Memories For Peace
- Boston’s Hidden Sacred Spaces
- In Mission to Boston and the World: Celebrating 150 Years of the Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society
- Moments in Time
- The Body of Christ
- Scenes and Symbols: Artworks from China, Korea, and Japan
- Living My Truth, Art by Nathaniel Devarie
- Transcending Conflict, Finding Peace: Transformative Responses to World War II
- The Ape Drawing Project by Jen Bradley
- A Sense of Place/El Sentido del Lugar
- Dress + Design 2.0: Beads and Baubles
- Dress + Design: Clothes, Jewelry, and Textiles from Peru to Japan
- The Artwork of motive Magazine
- Connecting the Academy with the Music of the Church
- John August Swanson Poster Exhibition