The University Libraries host physical and digital exhibits highlighting the unique collections of our system libraries and archives. Explore our digital exhibits at the links below or experience them in-person at our campus libraries.
Armstrong Browning Library
Exhibits from the Armstrong Browning Library cover topics include the study of “religion” in the 19th century, a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” and more. View the ABL digital exhibits here.
Currently on display at the ABL
Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections
The Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections online exhibits feature materials generated for the Visions of Rapture project, which gives student artists a chance to provide songs from the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project with cover art that they lacked when they were originally released. View the Digital Collections online exhibits here.
As the main library buildings for Baylor’s campus, Moody and Jones host a number of physical exhibits every year.
Currently on display in the Central Libraries (Moody and Jones)
Creations@Baylor (Jesse H. Jones Library lobby, Spring 2019)
Crouch Fine Arts Library
Materials on display at the Crouch Fine Arts Library (CFAL) deal with our extensive holdings related to music, theater, art and artist's books.
Currently on display at the Crouch Fine Arts Library (Moody 3rd floor)
The collections at the Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society deal with the study of religion in communist, post-communist and other totalitarian societies. View the Keston Center’s online exhibits here.
Currently on display in the Keston Center (Carroll Library)
W. R. Poage Legislative Library
The Poage Library is home to the Baylor Collections of Political Materials and the Bob Bullock Archives and feature congressional records and other resources related to local, state and national politics. View the Poage Library’s online exhibits here.
Currently on display in the Poage Library
The Texas Collection
Founded in 1923, the Texas Collection is one of the world’s premier holdings of Texana and Baylor history materials.
Currently on display at The Texas Collection (Carroll Library)