Art at Falvey Memorial Library can be as ephemeral as an image on a whiteboard, enduring as a masterpiece on canvas or interactive as virtual reality in a Cave. In deference to “Art of Spring” week on our blog, this week’s Highlighter will feature artwork on Villanova University’s campus.
An exciting exhibit opens this week at the Villanova University Art Gallery (Connelly Center). Other, permanent artworks, such as abstract sculptures and other secular statues, can also be found on campus. Most permanent art on campus, though, has a religious theme. St. Mary’s Hall, for instance, offers mosaics in its foyer, statues in its courtyard and stained glass windows and shrines in its chapel. St. Rita’s Chapel holds artwork, too, as do the Corr Hall Chapel and St. Thomas of Villanova Church.
As these webpages show, several of these artworks have been created by members of Villanova’s community. Take a moment to take in the art Villanova has to offer.
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