Exhibits in the Library

Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery

POLLAK LIBRARY EXHIBITS PROGRAM

Pollak Library has been providing support to the campus community since its opening in 1964. We endeavor to support the campus and community at large through our exhibit programs highlighting the work of faculty, staff, and students. The Library Exhibition Committee was formed in February 2012 and is made up of five library faculty and staff members.

Our goal is to reflect the activities, scholarship, ideas, and culture of the campus and our extended community. We encourage guest curators and collaboration with other departments on campus and with community organizations. The Library Exhibit Program is a creative way to engage the interest of the campus and community and to publicize services, programs, and collections.

All exhibits are free, handicap accessible, and open to the public during library hours. Regular  campus parking  rules apply.

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Exhibits Teams

The Exhibits Committee:  The committee of library faculty and staff is responsible for establishing exhibit guidelines, reviewing proposals, and selecting proposals. Membership currently consists of: Trish Campbell (chair & program coordinator), Colleen Greene, Lorraine Madrigal, Patricia Prestinary, and Michelle Swadish.

Exhibits Student Assistants: A team of Cal State Fullerton undergraduate, graduate, and credential students doing High Impact Practice (HIPs) work under the direction of the Exhibit Coordinator is responsible for daily operations.