|It is part of the Library’s function
to provide access to intellectual and cultural resources
of the community. Exhibits will direct attention to
the Library’s materials and services, or provide
exposure to local artisans and artists, organizations,
and items/activities of local interest.
Because exhibits are seen by anyone who
enters the Library, they must be of a content which
is in keeping with community standards. The Library
reserves the right to reject any part of an exhibit
or display or to change the manner of the display.
All publicity material shall be submitted
for approval by the Director.
Advertisements of a purely commercial
nature will not be displayed or distributed.
Displays/advertisements of a proselytizing
nature will not be accepted. Displays/advertisements
of organizations or individuals which are of an extreme
or potentially offensive nature will be rejected. Non-Library
advertisements will not be permitted on the exterior
of the Library building or on Library property. Acknowledgments
of exhibitors may be made.
Prices may be posted in the case of displays
of local artists and artisans. Transactions for the
purchase of exhibit items will be between the exhibitor
and the purchaser.
The Library will receive no fees or commissions
in connection with any exhibit or display. No exhibit
material which is sold during the exhibit may be removed
without the approval of the Director before the scheduled
end of the exhibit. Exhibitors must furnish the Library
with a list of the value of each item for insurance
PROCEDURE FOR DISPLAYS AND EXHIBITS
The staff member who is arranging the
exhibit should have the exhibitor complete a DISPLAY/
EXHIBIT LIST. If the value of the exhibit is $25,000
or less, or if there are not items with an individual
value of more than $5,000, it is not necessary to have
the exhibitor sign the Waiver. If the value of the
exhibit is more than $25,000, or if any single item
has a value of $5,000 or more, the exhibitor must sign
Sign the DISPLAY/EXHIBIT list, staple
it to the Waiver (if present), and return the forms
to the Library Director, for filing in the office.
Due to demand, an artist may be limited
to one exhibit every three years.
A cart and toolbox with some supplies
may be requested from the staff member who arranges
your exhibit if you so desire.
Revised: 3/19/90; 10/10/90