Open through Spring 2024

Be Still: Building a Mindful Life

Open from September 2021 until Spring 2024

Do you find yourself rushing from moment to moment with barely a breath in between? The scriptures recommend that we take time to “be still” (e.g., Ps. 46:10). This can
include developing mindful habits where we strive to be fully present in each moment, paying attention to what we hear, see, and feel. This exhibition explains mindfulness,
the potential benefits of practicing it, a brief history of it, and how you can build a more mindful life.

Explore the exhibition in a way that is intellectually enlarging, character building, and spiritually strengthening because being more mindful will contribute to your path of life-long learning.




  • Emily S. Darowski, exhibition guest curator, psychology librarian, Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • David M. Erekson, exhibition guest curator, Counseling and Psychological Services, Brigham Young University
  • Jonathan J. Wisco, exhibition coordinating curator, associate professor of physical and developmental biology, Brigham Young University
  • Heather M. Seferovich, exhibition coordinating curator, Education in Zion Gallery, Brigham Young University
  • Tiffany R. Lotulelei, curatorial research assistant, Brigham Young University
  • ReyLynn R. Taylor, curatorial research assistant, Brigham Young University
  • Herman DuToit, DuToit and Associates, development and production manager
  • Rick Williamson, DuToit and Associates, designer
  • Zack Whitmore, DuToit and Associates, fabricator and installer
  • Mike Hunter, associate university librarian, Lee Library, Brigham Young University

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