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Exhibits on art, advertising on display at BYU's Lee Library

Brigham Young University's Harold B. Lee Library is now hosting free art and advertising exhibits:

  • The Communications Department Annual Student Advertising Show is now open and will continue through Tuesday, May 31. The show is located in the North Gallery on Level 2 of the library. Student pieces from last semester include sample work for well-recognized clients including Ocean Spray, the Washington Post, A&W, J.C. Penney, Doritos, Sunkist, Crest, Fruity Pebbles and more. For more information about the advertisements, contact Jeff Sheets at (801) 422-3524 or email jeff_sheets@byu.edu.
  • The library is exhibiting past favorite art works that have graced the library walls for years. The exhibit is located at the Level 3 exhibit space in the library and will be open until Wednesday, June 15. The “Art in the Library Exhibit” is the third of seven exhibits to celebrate 50 years of the Lee Library’s current site. Throughout the year visitors to the Level 3 exhibit space will be able to learn about collecting, preservation and history, as well as see some of the treasures of BYU.

For more information about the exhibits, contact Roger Layton at (801) 422-6687 or email roger_layton@byu.edu.

Writer: Mel Gardner

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