Do you have photographs, art, poster displays or hobby crafts you would like to exhibit? We are always on the lookout for new displays and exhibits - anything with a visual appeal that you feel passionately about or think might interest or educate other people. We are really happy to help you think about what your display might look like, put it up and take it down afterwards.
The Library is one of the busiest venues of campus and your display will enjoy attractive natural lighting and a high footfall of visitors. Any student, staff member or person associated with the University can display their work. If you are thinking about putting together a display we would love to hear from you, so please get in touch.
Details and dimensions of our display boards and cabinets are available as a downloadable pdf guide.
Follow the links below for photographs of recent displays. Older exhibitions can be found in our archives.
Lino prints and textile display
We are grateful to Nusye McComish (@SouthseaEyes) & Laura Simpson (@i.tell.amelia.art) for allowing us to exhibit their lino print and dyed textile displays, respectively. These are currently on display in the Atrium.
Museum of Portable Sound display
On the first floor mezzanine, we are excited simultaneously to host the tenth anniversary exhibition "Sounds beyond Music" curated by John Kannenberg from the Museum of Portable Sound (MOPS).
Coming soon - listen to descriptions of the content by the curator.
- Sounds Beyond Music
- "Sounds beyond music" exhibition catalogue (file)
- Lino print and hand-dyed textiles display
- Pop-up and paper sculpture
- Neurodiversity and employment display
- Celebrating the art and activism of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people
- History of the King's Theatre
- Roma body politics
- Display space unit dimensions (file)