Purpose and Content of Exhibits
The purpose of exhibits in the Libraries is to educate and inform patrons and visitors about subjects of current or historical interest through the use of scholarly resources.
Exhibits must provide background or other subject enhancement beyond the mere publicizing of an event, expression of opinion, or a display of art objects. Exhibits should include material from a variety of sources, and must include materials in the Library's collections or cite scholarly resources.
Proposed exhibits which emphasize library activities and collections take first precedence. Those relating to Oberlin College take second precedence.
Who May Exhibit in Oberlin College Libraries?
Any member of the Oberlin College community, in affiliation with an established campus organization (i.e., an academic or administrative department, a chartered student organization, etc.).
Organizations not affiliated with Oberlin College, but with an Oberlin College sponsor affiliated with a campus organization as defined above.
For more information:
Contact Heath Patten, Visual Resources Curator