Exhibits at ASU Library

Downtown Phoenix campus

Downtown Phoenix campus Library

As part of its role in community engagement and social embeddedness the Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix campus brings urban vitality to greater Phoenix area by offering display space in the Information Commons, located in the Lower Level of the University Center building at 411 N. Central Avenue.  Find more about the display space and the hanging and mounting guidelines for the Information Commons.  For more information please contact Allison Leaming Malecki.

Tempe campus

Hayden and Noble libraries

The ASU Library offers exhibits located in the Hayden Library and in the Noble Library Atrium. These exhibits reflect the scholarly, historical, social and cultural concerns of Arizona State University and its community. They are viewable during normal library hours.

For more information, or to inquire about a potential exhibit, please contact Jennifer Duvernay.

Distinctive Collections, Labriola Center and University Archives

University Archives, Labriola Center and Distinctive Collections have several online collections featured on their respective library guides, as well as information about current and past exhibits.

Music Library

Located on the third floor of the Music Building, the Music Library features exhibits in the main lobby area (W302) of the library. For more information about exhibits and exhibit schedules, please call the Music Library at 480-965-3513.

Polytechnic campus

Polytechnic campus Library

ASU's Polytechnic campus , located in the heart of the Williams-Gateway technology corridor, offers display space in the Polytechnic campus Library, which is located on the lower floor of the Academic Center Building. For information regarding the display space and exhibit guidelines please contact Laura Cox.

West Valley campus

Fletcher Library

Fletcher Library offers exhibit space on all levels of the library.  Easel displays are often found in the foyer on the first floor, while hanging art displays are found on the second and third floors.  For more information about exhibits in the Fletcher Library, please see our guidelines and procedures or contact Casey Gipson, exhibits coordinator, at 602-543-8546.