The library can accommodate a variety of events, receptions, exhibits and displays throughout the year.
Through events and exhibits, the Clark Family Library enhances the cultural and academic life of the community by illuminating resources and research activity, and promoting scholarship and creative endeavors on campus. Library staff are responsible for overseeing all events and exhibits held within the library building that promote scholarship, cultural diversity and community.
Please read the guidelines below and use the link in the left column to propose and exhibit or event in the library.
We invite Washington & Jefferson College students, faculty, and staff to host activities or create displays in the library. To make a suggestion for an event or exhibit/display in the library, submit a proposal, using this form, at least one month prior to the proposed start date. Library staff will review submitted proposals. If approved, a library staff member will email you to help finalize your plan.
If you would like to propose an event or exhibit, please be aware of the following:
The following spaces are potential options for exhibits or displays:
Some of these spaces can be used together to make a more dynamic exhibit. Please stop in the library to see which will best suit your display.
The following spaces are potential options for hosting events: