If you have a suggestion for an exhibit, please read the following questions and answers and then fill out the proposal form.
A: Paintings, prints, sculpture, pottery, other three-dimensional objects, pamphlets, books, surgical instruments, musical instruments, figurines, kayak, kites, etc.
A: Here's a map of the main floor highlighting available exhibit spaces.
A: For items that are not to be hung from the walls, Musselman Library has 8 flat cases. 2 flat cases are 58" long x 25 ½" wide x 8" deep and 6 flat cases are 56" long x 24" wide x 7 ½-6" deep. We also have 4 tall hexagonal glass cases, but the access door is only 11" wide.
A: Musselman Library will provide insurance for the duration of the exhibit. Exhibitor is responsible for providing an inventory of all exhibited items and the value of each item by agreed upon deadline.
A: Exhibits are usually planned anywhere from six months to a year ahead of time. Dates requested will depend on proposed exhibit's relationship to annual exhibit focus and space availability. All exhibits must be shown for at least one semester or more.
A: Exhibitor responsibilities:
A: The library only creates online exhibits in relationship to physical exhibits. See past examples. Exhibitor is responsible for digitizing items and giving the library express permission to display on library website.
A: Email the committee at LIB_ExhibitCmte@gettysburg.edu
Fill out the exhibit proposal form.