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Faculty/Staff Exhibit Awards Open

Art in the Libraries invites current WVU faculty/staff and graduate students to submit ideas for an exhibit to visually showcase their scholarship in new and experimental ways. 
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Hacking the Library: Call for Creative Work

We invite you to highlight the intersecting values that shape our libraries through your own lens reflecting on how You library. 

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Indigenous Appalachia

An exhibition by the WVU Art in the Libraries program in partnership with WVU Native American Studies will be on display at the Downtown Library starting in September.

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Chris Sarandon: Career and Archives

An exhibit of film artifacts donated by WVU Alumnus Chris Sarandon, known for his role as the voice of Jack Skellington in Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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Silent Witness Exhibit 

The WVU Women’s Resource Center’s exhibit, Silent Witness, will be on display at the Downtown Library through the spring semester.

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Downtown Campus Library 7:30am – 12am
Eliza's Coffee Shop Closed Indefinitely
Poster Printing 8am – 9pm
Testing 8:15am – 4:45pm
Tutoring By Appointment: 8AM-10PM; Drop-In: 6PM-8:30PM
Evansdale Library 24 Hours
Da Vinci's
Poster Printing 8am – 9pm
George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library 8am – 8pm
Health Sciences Library 7:30am – 12am
Health Sciences Library (Charleston) 8:00am-3:00pm Card Required For After Hours Access
Potomac State College Library 8am – 9pm
Active Learning Center (Lib G6) Available for Faculty Booking
Math Lab (Lib G6) Drop-in Math Help Available 3 pm-4 pm
Writing Center (Lib G6) 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm (AC 308); 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm (Library G6)
Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus 8am – 11pm
West Virginia & Regional History Center 9:30am – 4:30pm
Chat Hours 9am – 12am

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WVU Libraries issues submission call for “Hacking the Library” exhibit

We invite community members, artists, practitioners, students, classes and scholars to submit art, photography, collage, book art, poetry, painting, drawing, or other creative projects.


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