Creations@Baylor On Display

Jan. 13, 2005

Dr. Timothy McKinney, associate professor of music theory, and Dr. Laurel Zeiss, assistant professor of musicology, visit at the reception honoring faculty and staff participating in the Creations@Baylor library exhibit this year.

The Baylor University Libraries are sponsoring the ninth annual Creations@Baylor: Libraries Spotlight Scholarship and the Arts. The exhibit is on display in the Allbritton Foyer of Moody Memorial Library through April 22.

Two years ago, the Creations committee changed the title of the exhibit in an effort to highlight all the scholarship created at Baylor. Since scholarship spans more than books or artworks, the criteria was expanded to include any creation by faculty and staff considered 'scholarly' for the particular area. For example, chapters, articles in peer-reviewed journals or artworks that have been exhibited in juried shows are acceptable. The main criteria is that these materials were published or exhibited from March 2004 through February 2005.

'This year's event includes an exhibit highlighting contributions to the library of the late Dr. A.J. Conyers, a faithful contributor to the Creations@Baylor showcase,' Schuetz said. Those participating this year were honored at a reception on March 2.

Obviously the exhibit cannot showcase every article and book in a case, so the committee continually looks at new ways to display these varied formats. Last year the show included artwork, books, articles, plays, poetry and other creations.

For more information, contact the exhibit chair, , ext. 3679.