Exhibits Policy

Groups and individuals are welcome to exhibit literary, artistic or cultural items of their creation or collection. Library space is not available for displays of a political or religious nature. The Main Library offers the following exhibit areas:

  • A locked glass case with two shelves each enclosing a space 201/2 inches high, 581/2 inches long and 29 inches wide;
  • A locked case (typically displaying the work of local authors) enclosing a space 10 inches high, 54 inches long and 25 inches wide.

Potential exhibitors may reserve space with the Coordinator of Library Exhibits up to two years in advance of the desired exhibition date. A waiting list for exhibitors who can be ready on short notice is maintained by the Exhibits Coordinator. Individual exhibitors may display new materials in the library no sooner than two years after the last exhibit; groups/agencies may display more frequently at the discretion of the Exhibits Coordinator.

Exhibitor Responsibilities
  • To set up the exhibit on the first day of the month and remove it on the last date of the month.
  • To supply the library with an item by item inventory which includes a current market value of each item.
  • To sign a waiver and to provide insurance coverage, if desired. (The library is not responsible for items damaged or stolen.)
  • To display a sign clearly identifying the exhibitor.

The Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library adheres to the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights regarding exhibit spaces and displays.

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Last updated on December 7, 2010

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