October 23rd, 2018
West Virginia University Libraries encourages University and Morgantown community members to participate in the “Mountaineer Week Art Crawl” on Friday, Oct. 26. In addition to exhibits, the tour will feature a scavenger hunt and refreshments. Admission and participation are free.
- Downtown Campus Library
Refreshments provided by Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza and Insomnia Cookies.
- West Virginia & Regional History Center
Wise Library, 6th floor
“West Virginia Law and Lawyers” (Gallery 1 & 2) and the Drawings of David Hunter Strother (Conference Room)
- WVU LGBTQ+ Center
Hodges Hall G-06, 127 Hough St.
LOGBTQ+ Political Event Photography
Office of Multicultural Programs
Select Pieces from the Mountainlair’s Permanent Art Collection that reflect the history and mystery of the University’s past.
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Stewart Hall, 2nd Floor Gallery
“Connection after Collapse: A Visual Response to Station Eleven” is an exhibit based on this year’s Campus Read selection.
8:15 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
- Serenity Place
628 Price St.
“Where Art, Friends, and Recovery are always welcome.”
9 a.m.-8 p.m.
- WVU Art Museum
30 Fine Arts Drive
McGee gallery and Sculpture Garden
- Watts Museum
401 Evansdale Drive
Mineral Resources Building, Room 125
Opening of “Nemacolin: Patching Up an Appalachian Coal Town”
- Mesaros Galleries
Laura and Paul Mesaros Galleries School of Art and Design
Creative Arts Center
Two exhibitions feature work by California-based painter and ceramic artist Sara Bright and collaborative glass sculpture by Rick Schneider and Nikki Vahle-Schneider.
- WVU Core Arboretum
Make your own leaf print station
Health Sciences Campus
- Health Sciences Center Library
Photography from 1918 Flu Pandemic
8 a.m.-9 p.m.
- Pharmacy Museum
Cook- Hayman Pharmacy Museum
1136 Health Sciences Center North
Dr. Charles Ponte will available for museum tours or answer questions.