The Seeley G. Mudd Library supports and promotes the visual arts in a variety of mediums. As a place for learning and self-reflection, we believe the library is the perfect place to showcase the artistic products of our students as well as additional pieces to inspire, provoke thought, and commemorate. The Mudd Library houses a permanent collection, temporary installations, and the Mudd Gallery.

Student Art in the Library

The Mudd Gallery is located on the third floor of the Mudd Library and houses a variety of student art exhibitions.

Student Art Installations. Since 1999, the library has hosted temporary art installations in the building.

Senior Art Exhibition Purchase Award. The pieces in this collection were selected from senior studio art major shows between 2000 and 2009. 

Art in the Library

Additional works of art are located on all floors of the building. Collections include the Tom Dietrich Gallery, the Roger Dale Kruse Room collection and the Gallery of Presidents. Photographs of the presidential portraits, along with descriptions of the subject and artist can be found in the Lawrence University Presidential Portraits collection in Lux.