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The Stage is Set: Leland Starnes & the Salisbury State Theatre
Opening January 3, this exhibit located in the Ray Thompson Gallery (4th floor, Guerrieri Academic Commons) showcases the Salisbury theatre program in the 1970s under the direction of Leland Starnes. Through a variety of material from the Leland Starnes Papers in the University Archives, visitors will experience the theatrical creations that received raving reviews from the community and critics. The exhibit celebrates the hard work and dedication of many Salisbury University staff, faculty, and students. A reception open to the public will be held on February 9 from 6-8 p.m.
The Salisbury University Archives and Special Collections are now located in the Nabb Center on the fourth floor of the Guerrieri Academic Commons. Stop by the permanent exhibit area to check out the University Archives display case.
Come celebrate the history of Salisbury University Libraries with our new exhibit, “Reservoirs of Strength, Grace, and Wit: Salisbury University Libraries,” on view until December 9. Drawing from documents and photographs in the University Archives, this exhibit chronicles the library from its beginning in Holloway Hall to Blackwell to the recently finished Guerrieri Academic Commons.