All exhibits are free, handicap accessible, and open to the public during the relevant library hours. We welcome members of the community to suggest exhibit ideas, if you have a suggestion for an exhibit or further questions please contact the exhibits coordinator Meg Brown or call (919) 681-2071.
The purpose of the Library Exhibit Program is to reflect the activities, scholarship, ideas, and culture of Duke University and display it for the community to share and explore. 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 program includes a variety of spaces and placements on campus, some have restrictions of content, format and time frames, and some are restricted only to library materials; to learn more about the specific spaces available and their policies visit the gallery spaces.
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