Paper conservation process is an art form at the Harold B. Lee Library

When art on paper arrives at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art (MOA) damaged, it's often sent to be restored before being added to an exhibition. Christopher McAfee is the head conservator of rare books and manuscripts at the Harold B. Lee Library and is also the one who restores many of the BYU Museum of Art's art on paper.

Preparing exhibitions is a multi-faceted process at BYU’s Museum of Art

The BYU Museum of Art displays art through its semi-permanent and traveling exhibitions. Behind the art displays and interactive elements of exhibits are the museum staff — each member fulfilling unique responsibilities to aid in the acquisition and installation of art.

Construction continues on new BYU music building

The construction of a new building planned to house the BYU School of Music continues on the east side of the BYU campus.

Dean of Student’s Photo Contest showcases student talent

The annual Dean of Student’s Photo Contest invites students to share their photography with a goal of increasing student contributions to the Wilkinson Student Center.

Listen Up! Series educates students on diversity

The College of Fine Arts and Communications hosted their first concert and Q&A for the Listen Up! Series as part of the ongoing initiatives for the Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Committee.

BYU art student turns the walls of Gallery 303 into his own canvas

Senior art student Stephen Clawson filled the walls of Gallery 303 to invite visitors to engage with a representation of his art process. His works filled every wall of the gallery from top to bottom.
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