All exhibits are free and open to the public during the same hours as the building in which they are housed, unless otherwise specified and with occasional exceptions for maintenance.
Voices from the Panama CanalAugust 11, 2014 - October 24, 2014
Smathers Library Gallery, 2nd Floor
Voices from the Panama Canal is an effort to represent the different voices that make up the history of the Canal; a history rich because of its diversity, but also dynamic and conflictive.
Curated by Paul Losch and Margarita Vargas-Betancourt
This exhibition is based on the reasearch and work of UF graduate students in ARH6836 Exhibition Seminar Fall 2013.
Building the CanalAugust 11, 2014 – December 12, 2014
Marston Science Library
Building the Canal highlights the specialized equipment and engineering ingenuity needed to construct the Canal.
Curated by Michael Howell
Life in the Canal ZoneAugust 11, 2014 – October 31, 2014
Library West, 2nd Floor
Life in the Canal Zone presents aspects of American daily life in the Zone, from the American construction era to more modern times.
Curated by Shelley Arlen
Revealing the Right Route: Cartographic Evidence of Early Canal PlansAugust 11, 2014 – November 14, 2014
Map & Imagery Library
Revealing the Right Route presents the various routes considered for the Panama Canal, including Nicaragua, Darien, and Panama, as seen in antique maps.
Curated by Carol McAuliffe and Jennifer Farrington
The Art of the Sketch
Quiet Study Area Wall Case, Smathers Library, 1st Floor
Featuring sketches by Robert Broward, Alain Huin, William Morgan, Alfred Browning Parker, and Kenneth Treister The Art of the Sketch presents the uniquely personal and visual exercise for architects that facilitates discovery into spatial relationships, light, and volume.
Curated by Cindy Peterson