Past Exhibits

  • The Menokin Foundation hopes to transform the historic mansion of Francis Lightfoot Lee and 500-acre classroom into an educational and environmental experience like no other. You are invited to step inside this unfolding story and glimpse the impact that this mysterious place has had on two photographers and one architect with an eye for the exceptional.
  • Scholarship On Display is a rotating exhibit series showcasing faculty work from academic departments at the College of William & Mary. This installment features publications and research from current faculty members in the Economics Department.
  • During Louis H. Draper's photography career, he amassed nearly 1,000 prints and negatives of street photography in Harlem, abstract images, portraits, and photographs of trips to Senegal and the Soviet Union.
  • As Swem Library wraps up its commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, it is clear that both the politics and execution of war are complex and difficult.
  • The Global Education Office Study Abroad Photo Contest gave returning students the chance to share their experiences abroad and demonstrate their skill with a camera.
  • The American Civil War was not fought just within the borders of the United States. There were global machinations as well as naval conflicts on the high seas.
  • Continuing our annual tradition, this year's exhibit showcases the linguistic diversity that has proliferated since the poem’s publication more than 180 years ago.