Category Archives: Exhibits

Gallery Exhibit: Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

The HSHSL Weise Gallery is hosting a fascinating exhibit by artist Dahven White. “Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts” showcases White’s amazing felt artwork. Felting is widely considered the world’s oldest textile art. White primarily uses sheep’s wool and … Continue reading

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World of Color Exhibit Video

The World of Color art exhibit had a short but powerful stay at the Weise Gallery from March 10 – April 10. For those of you who may have missed it, watch our video retrospective and enjoy the fun!

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Transcending Reality: Art Exhibit by Carol Carpenter at HSHSL’s Weise Gallery

The Health Sciences and Human Services Library (HSHSL), in collaboration with the Medical Alumni Association of the University of Maryland and the UMB Council for the Arts & Culture, will host the exhibit “Transcending Reality” at HSHSL’s Weise Gallery, featuring works … Continue reading

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The World Of Color: An Exploration in Color Theory

A delightful new exhibit brings joy and bursts of color to the Weise Gallery March 10 – April 10.   Mother Mary Lange Catholic School, a pre-K through eighth-grade school in West Baltimore, has covered the Gallery in their student’s captivating … Continue reading

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Drawing Blood: Anatomical Depictions of the Heart Exhibit

February is American Heart Month. To honor this most central organ, the HSHSL has installed an exhibit in the Weise Gallery highlighting four centuries of anatomical drawings of the heart from the Historical Collections. The understanding of the heart can … Continue reading

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Woven Stories: Maria’s Puerto Rican Holiday tradition

Holidays, at all times of the year, elicit a variety of memories, stories, tradition, and culture. However, the winter holidays seem to hold some of the deepest traditions. As these times come closer, the HSHSL is asking you to think about your own holiday or winter stories and share them with our Woven Stories Project. Continue reading

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Woven Stories: Patrick is inspired by Family

Last fall the HSHSL launched Woven Stories: Out of Many we are One in an effort to celebrate the diversity of UMB’s Campus. The stories were shared on the HSHSL’s Updates Blog and featured a wide variety of culturally significant … Continue reading

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Oct 18 Coffee & Snack Break in the Gallery

The HSHSL is celebrating National Medical Librarian’s Month during the month of October. On Tuesday, October 18 take a break and join us for hot coffee and tasty snacks between 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Library’s 1st floor … Continue reading

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New Gallery Exhibit: Color Me Happy

The Weise Gallery’s latest exhibit is a 45-foot interactive color wall. Express yourself, grab a marker from the pails and start coloring!

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Fatal Beauty: An Exhibit

The HSHSL’s Historical Collections is home to the Pharmacy Historical Book Collection, which includes influential pharmacy and medical texts, dispensatories, pharmacopoeias, botanicals, and herbals from around the world dating from the seventeenth to twentieth centuries. Fatal Beauty, an exhibit in … Continue reading

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