Exhibitions

Open through April 30, 2016

Bodies Filled with Light

Bodies Filled with Light LogoThis exhibition features scriptural references about the body paired with anatomical illustrations from the 30th American edition of Gray’s Anatomy (Henry Gray, Gray’s Anatomy, ed. Carmine Clemente [Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1985] used by permission) to help visitors better appreciate the miracle of the human body and comprehend its divine origins.

The illustrations and scriptures are arranged in three primary themes, the body of Christ, body structures, and body systems. The illustrations on the systems wall will be rotated to feature the following systems: nervous, muscoskeletal, cardiovascular, upper gastrointestinal, lower gastrointestinal, and special senses. Check back regularly to see the new content.

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Acknowledgments

  • Jonathan J. Wisco, exhibition co-curator, Dept. of Physiology and Developmental Biology and the Neuroscience Center, Brigham Young University
  • Heather M. Seferovich, exhibition co-curator, Education in Zion Gallery, Brigham Young University
  • Stephanie Clark, exhibition designer
  • David McLaughlin, curatorial research assistant
  • Jacob Bromley, curatorial research assistant
  • Jordan Bromley, curatorial research assistant
  • Leica Clayton, curatorial research assistant
  • L. Scott Frandsen, student designer and installer
  • Nathan Harris, curatorial research assistant
  • Allyssa Jex, curatorial research assistant
  • Chris Kinghorn, curatorial research assistant
  • Elise Leavitt, curatorial research assistant
  • Emily Adawi Maxfield, curatorial research assistant
  • Sebastian Romero, curatorial research assistant
  • Reggie Voyce, curatorial research assistant
  • Kaley Weight, curatorial research assistant
  • Russ Taylor, associate university librarian, Lee Library and advisory committee chair, Education in Zion Gallery
  • Cali O’Connell, promotions and outreach department, Lee Library and advisory committee member, Education in Zion Gallery
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