Exhibition Spaces

Exhibition Spaces

  • Campbell Room Cubes
    Two vitrines in the Campbell Room hold rotating exhibitions with materials from Special Collections & Archives, the Archaeology and Anthropology Collections, or Music Library. They are occasionally used to showcase student curated exhibitions based on their own research.
  • Music Library

    An upright case just outside the Music Library at the west end of the third floor holds changing exhibits on musical subjects, often of current interest.

  • Special Collections & Archives
    The chief exhibition area in Olin Library is in the east corridor of the main floor, between Special Collections and the Campbell Reference Center. The bronze cases were presented in 1958 by the Class of 1928. At least four exhibitions a year are prepared by Special Collections & Archives on subjects designed to explore the variety, interest, and scholarly value of the library's collections.
  • Wesleyan Centennial Display

    A single case on the third floor landing holds a permanent display of the dozen Wedgwood plates produced to commemorate Wesleyan's centennial in 1931.

Use Our Spaces

If you are interested in using library space for an event, performance, or exhibition, please contact Emily Voss, Outreach and Engagement Librarian.