Browse Exhibits (33 total)
Multicultural Themes in the Juvenile Collection
The multicultural themes in the juvenile collection at the Priddy Library represent some of the most common experiences of new arrivals in our communities. The themes are universal regardless of background or cultural identity of children, young people and their families.
The exhibit is in celebration of Multicultural Children’s Book Day which is January 27, 2017. Its purpose is to raise awareness of diversity in children’s literature since only 10% of children’s books published have diversity content. All children should see themselves in the pages of a book.
The Juvenile Collection at the Priddy Library of the Universities at Shady Grove is endowed in the memory Molly Counihan by members of the Eugene Counihan family. Molly Counihan was an Education Studies student at Towson University in Education when she passed away.
Women on the Money
In this exhibit, we present a representation of the diversity and regularity of women as the face on a unit of currency in their respective countries. Women on the countries’ national currency signifies a progressive step toward gender equality and highlights the vital roles that women play in making the world a better place.
Communications Photography Fall 2016
Students from the University of Maryland's COMM 398N take photographs using techniques learned throughout the semester.
University of Baltimore Storyboards
University of Baltimore’s (UB) Simulation and Digital Entertainment Program students produced an interactive exhibit featuring storyboards and video shorts.
The Era of the Holocaust
The Priddy Library collaborated with Dr. Kierra Crago-Schneider's HIST 373 class from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to create an exhibit The Era of the Holocaust. The exhibit highlighted the classification system used by the Nazi regime while focusing on the charactersitics and experiences of the groups of people subjected to this classification system in the 1930s and 1940s.
Voting and Civil Rights
A civil rights exhibit now through November 12th will highlight the history of voting rights and civil rights in the United States accompanied by a video of opening and closing remarks of the first presidential debate by John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon
Keep Calm and Color
A collaboration between the Priddy Library and the Center for Academic Success. This event was used to encourage students to come in to the library and use the coloring station set up as a way to de-stress during finals week.
Through Our Eyes
In collaboration with the Madison House Autism Foundation, the Priddy Library hosts an exhibit that “features the work of 27 artists within the spectrum of autism.” The event also features the artists themselves, live entertainment, appetizers and wine.
University of Baltimore Storyboards
University of Baltimore’s (UB) Simulation and Digital Entertainment Program students created storyboards accompanied by audio visual components of their finished product.
Showcase of photos produced by the Universities of Shady Grove students that address the topic of diversity. Living Diversity Photo Exhibit by Lloyd Wolf: Containing images from Lloyd Wolf’s book “Living Diversity: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project”, this exhibit depicted historical, artistic, demographic, and cultural trends in this unique community. Photo Workshop by Lloyd Wolf: Taught by guest artist, Lloyd Wolf, this workshop was open to student, staff and faculty beginning and intermediate photographers with the goal to help individuals feel more confident in creating interesting and well-made photographs from their own lives and experiences while highlighting the theme of cultural diversity. The Other Photo Contest: The contest focused on how diversity pertained (effect or affect, relationship or connection) to Universities at Shady Grove. Students, staff and faculty all participated in the contest which highlighted the diversity found on our campus.