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 15 museum-quality cases in the Exhibit Gallery in the east wing of the D. H. Hill Jr. Library enable the display of a variety of physical materials, including rare and sensitive ones. The gallery is a transitional space between the Special Collections Reading Room and the Learning Commons on the first floor of the library.
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 video display wall, surrounding the viewer with imagery.