Baylor Libraries Presents Creations@Baylor

Oct. 4, 2013

Baylor University Libraries annual Creations@Baylor exhibit is now on display. The Creations exhibit celebrates Baylor faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students and staff with various published works. Located in the Allbritton Foyer in Moody Memorial Library on the Baylor campus, the exhibit will be available until Nov. 8, 2013.

"This year in addition to the articles and books that our faculty have published, the Creations exhibit will display several fantastic pieces of artwork from our Art department faculty, a music CD titled 'Flavors' by Kent Eshelman and an original music composition titled 'Sia Laudato' by Jann Cosart, which became a soundtrack for a film," said Carol Schuetz, Baylor associate librarian, who has planned and produced the Creations exhibit for 15 years.

Other features in this year's exhibit include articles from Louise Herrington School of Nursing, such as Shelby Garner's article, "Picture this! Using photovoice to facilitate cultural competence in student." Also, two posters with student co-authors that have gained recognition in their respective fields are shown.

"I think it is a great way for students to see the different forms of scholarship which are dependent on your discipline," Schuetz said. "We have such a wealth of creativity and scholarship on our campus. You can always learn something that you may not have known before."

Creations features the scholarship crafted by the Baylor community in accordance with Pro Futuris that holds the university to "produce research and creative work at the highest levels." This exhibit allows the Baylor Libraries to recognize and honor the commitment of the university's vision.

For more information on the Creations exhibit, visit

http://www.baylor.edu/library/creations.

By Andrea Smith, student assistant for Baylor Libraries Marketing and Communications