Exhibits in the Library
About Our Exhibits
Pollak Library has been providing support to the campus community since its opening in 1964. Among our efforts to support the campus and community at large comes in the form of exhibit programs highlighting the work of faculty, staff, and students.
About the Exhibits Program
The purpose of the Library Exhibit Program is to reflect the activities, scholarship, ideas, and culture of the campus and our extended community. We encourage guest curators and collaboration with other departments on campus and with community organizations. The Library Exhibit Program is a creative way to engage the interest of the campus and community and to publicize services, programs, and collections.
The Library Exhibition Program Task Force was formed in February 2012 to lay the groundwork for our current exhibit program, after the retirement of our longtime exhibitions director in late 2011. The Task Force's implementation role will end by the end of spring 2013, at which time a new Library Exhibition Program Committee will assume operations of the exhibits program.