Exhibits often showcase special and unique collections held by the Libraries, including documents, photographs and prints. Some exhibits highlight the distinguished work of NC State researchers, administrators, or students; others may be traveling exhibits that the Libraries makes available in our exhibit spaces. The Exhibits Program Librarian designs and curates the exhibits along with Special Collections librarians.
The 15 museum quality cases in the Exhibit Gallery in the East wing of the D.H. Hill Library allows for the display of rare and sensitive materials. The gallery is a transitional space between the Special Collections Research Center reading room and the Library Commons on the main floor of the library. It is a beautiful space with social areas for discussion.
Digital exhibits may be on view in any of our technology-rich spaces. The iPearl Immersion Theater in the James B. Hunt Jr. Library features inspiring collections of digital images displayed on a "curved" 7 x 16 foot Microtile video display wall, surrounding the viewer with imagery.