Exhibit: Living Glass: Sustaining Memory Through Light

Sunday, April 3 — Wednesday, July 20

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

Location: Roesch Library first-floor gallery

More Info:  udayton.edu/libraries

Celebrating the history of stained glass and the power of light, this exhibition demonstrates the power of place and memory to serve as touchstones for communal and personal identity.

This exhibit presents new works created by University of Dayton faculty, staff and students as they explored the relationship of stained glass to Christianity. Participants reused the stained glass windows of the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception as sustainable source material for artworks that celebrate the history of the chapel, the University of Dayton campus and the Marianist values of the UD community. Curated/arranged by Darden Bradshaw and Geno Luketic.

Also on exhibit: See a selection of photos of the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception from University Archives on the second floor.

Gallery is open during library hours. 

Contact Information:

Name:  University Libraries
Website:  udayton.edu/libraries
Phone:  937-229-4265
Email:  knowhub@udayton.edu