Exhibits (6 total)


'Twas The Night Before Parody

This exhibit uses different versions of Clement Clarke Moore’s famous poem "A Visit From St. Nicholas," commonly known as ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, to explore the parameters and possibilities of parody and pastiche. As the different…


Brave Enough to be First

When Janet Brown, Lynn Briley, and Karen Ely first moved into their freshmen dorms in Jefferson Hall at William and Mary, they were unaware of the significance of their presence. The three women were the first African Americans in residence at the…


Lemonade: A Picture of America

The mural Lemonade: A Picture of America was created by visiting artist Steve Prince and participants in the Summer 2017 Workshop on Black Expressive Culture Africana Studies 307 / Art 330 course to commemorate the history of African Americans at…


Fact & Fantasy: Selected Costume History Books, 1804-1936

The books represented in this exhibit were intended to give mostly French and English audiences a view–through the lens of costume–into the lives of peoples and places near and far, from the recent and distant past.


UnMade in Cuba

Film posters generally draw attention to movies that have been projected on screens. These carteles de cine, however, reference "ghost films" that were never made. These images showcase Cuba's rich cinema and vibrant graphic design traditions.

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Warren E. Burger

The Warren E. Burger Collection consists of the lifetime professional papers, photographs, and memorabilia of the late Chief Justice of the United States and university Chancellor, Warren E. Burger.