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Exhibit Opening and Remarks

The Libraries were pleased to welcome more than 150 guests to the opening of “Thinking Outside the Book,” the 20th Annual Faculty Academic Contributions Exhibit. With this annual event, the University Libraries honor our TTU Faculty and educate our patrons as we showcase some of the scholarly contributions our faculty make to the university, the community and the world. This year’s event marks a new era in our exhibit. What was once known as an annual  book  exhibit has been expanded to include a variety of works such as videos, architectural models and patent applications along with printed publications such as books and journal articles. 
Donald H. Dyal, Ph.D
Dean of Libraries


1. Wearable art entitled Threads
Melinda Adams, Visiting Assistant Professor of Merchandising, Environmental Design, and Consumer Economics
Texas Tech College of Human Sciences

2. An exhibit display case featuring some of the entries.

3. Costume design for "Love of the Nightingale"
Melissa Merz, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance
Texas Tech College of Visual and Performing Arts

4. 2004 Provost Bill Marcy at the exhibit opening

5. An exhibit display case featuring some of the entries.

6. Display entitled "What is a Playa?"
David Haukos; Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management
Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

7. Lighting design for the TTUT production of "The Grapes of Wrath"
Andrea Bilkey, Assistant Professor of Lighting and Sound Design
Texas Tech College of Visual & Performing Arts

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This page last modified on 19 Nov 2004, 08:22.