Baylor 175 Heritage Exhibit
The Texas Collection reflects on Baylor University’s 175th anniversary with a series of canvases showing pictures of Baylor through the years. Starting with a picture of the Women’s Dormitory and ending with current students at Line Camp, the exhibit explores Baylor’s history one decade at a time.
Baylor 175 Banner Exhibit
Created as part of the university’s 175th anniversary, these banners located along the Goodpasture Concourse of Moody Memorial Library display a variety of objects and events that are rooted in Baylor traditions and history.
Borrowed Light: Giclee Prints from Saint John's Abbey
Six illuminated pages from the Heritage Edition of the Saint John's Bible are on display on the first-floor corridor that runs between Moody and Jones Libraries.
Creations: Celebrating Transformational Research & Scholarship
Our annual Creations exhibition supports the research ambitions articulated in Baylor's academic strategic plan, Illuminate, and celebrates the transformational research and scholarship of our faculty, graduate students, and staff.
On the Subject of Transforming Space: Works by Winter Rusiloski
"On the Subject of Transforming Space" interprets landscape's vastness and horizon through abstraction and the exploration of spatial relationships. Winter Rusiloski has been a professor of painting in Baylor's Department of Art since 2016. Rusiloski has exhibited in over 20 national and international juried exhibitions in the last three years and has had 7 solo exhibitions. Additionally, she has participated in numerous invitational exhibitions and has received national and international awards including best of show.
Sanger-Wood Canvas Exhibit
The Graduate Research Center on the second floor of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library features a selection of canvases featuring photos from the Joan Sanger and Myron Wood Photographic Collection from The Texas Collection. The collection contains photographs of Waco (focusing on downtown) and smaller towns in and around McLennan County. Sanger and Wood’s photographs were taken from 1979-1981.