Past Exhibits

  • While the maxim that an army marches on its stomach is true, it is equally true that an army marches on its paperwork.
  • From the individually cast and hand-set letter types, the color wood engravings carved by Gaylord Schanilec himself, to the special paper and the hand-made bindings, each limited edition book is uniquely and carefully crafted.
  • This exhibit features research and artwork from current and emeriti faculty members in the Art and Art History Department.
  • These environmentally inspired paintings, by Professor Emeritus Maynard Nichols, highlight the important issue of climate change, which increasingly occupies the attention of environmentalists, scientists, the media, and Congress.
  • Little known, as is the case for far too many of the women who worked in the trenches, these eight Peninsular women worked in their communities and brought about change from which we all still benefit.
  • The Quebec Act was a response not to the misbehavior of unruly Bostonians, but rather to the challenges of governing the French, Catholic, and Amerindian inhabitants of the vast North American territories acquired by Britain in the Seven Years’ War.
  • In celebration of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, we invite you to explore the ways in which competition and community have shaped past Games.