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Bapst Exhibits

An example

Boston College at Fenway: Century of Games

On display in the O'Neill Reading Room, from August 28 - September 24, 2012

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Fenway Park was built in 1912, and Boston College moved to Chestnut Hill in 1913. With no site to accommodate large crowds, the Eagles played their football games in Fenway Park. Recently they have played hockey as part of the "Frozen Fenway" program. This exhibit uses items from the BC Archives and materials on loan from the Red Sox to celebrate a century of cooperation.

About the Student Art Gallery

In the spring of 2004, Bapst Art Library became the host for the first ever Boston College student art gallery. The gallery is a joint endeavor of the Bapst Art Library, the Fine Arts Department, and ArtVision, a student group for the promotion of the arts on campus. The gallery features a range of media including painting, sketches, watercolors, photography, and ceramic sculptures. Students plan, jury, hang, and manage several exhibits throughout the year.

You can view the archive listing here.