Art Exhibit Booking Request Form

In order to effectively consider your request, please fill in the Art Exhibit Booking Request Form and provide all details of your proposed exhibit as best as possible. Your request is NOT confirmed until you have received an email indicating that your exhibit has been booked.

Allow up to 5 business days for a response to your request.

Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required to submit the form.
  • Contact Information

  • Exhibit Details

  • Please include any relevant website links. Your request will not be processed without a valid description. Note that this description may be used or edited and made publicly available in UBC Library newsletters.
  • Space Use Information

    The IKBLC Display Gallery has six free-standing display cases available (6 feet width x 23 inches height x 22 inches depth) with clear Plexiglas lockable covers.

    Gallery hours are Monday to Sunday – 6 am to 1am
  • Criteria

    Exhibits should be educational in content and encourage learning through the exploration of themes, issues or unique perspectives.
    • Exhibits should provide opportunities for educational programming and related activities.
    • Relevance of subject to library collections and/or the Library’s role in supporting the teaching and research activities of the University.
    • Appropriateness of subject for location and audience.
    • Broadness of appeal of the primary subject.
    • Relation to other community programs, events or exhibits in the library or university.
    • Does not promote the financial gain of any individual, organization, or commercial entity.
    • Inclusion of descriptive materials which contextualize the content of the exhibit.
  • Requests

    Exhibits in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre are selected in accordance with the exhibit policy and goals and within the specified criteria. Exhibit spaces are made available to UBC and UBC-affiliated departments, groups, and organizations, and to external exhibitors sponsored by IKBLC. Upon approval, requester(s) are required to sign, complete and submit the Exhibit Agreement Form.

    IKBLC is not responsible for contents, loss, or damage and does not have storage capacity. Installation and take-down is up to the organizer(s). IKBLC reserves the right to decline requests that:
    • Do not fit with our mandate
    • Are commercial in nature
    • Involve the solicitation of funds

    Please note the IKBLC does not participate in commercial sales. No prices will be displayed with items. With permission we will make the exhibitor’s name and phone number available to the public.

    Further information about Art Exhibits may be found here.

    If you have further questions, please contact Allan Cho, Community Engagement Librarian.
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