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Step-by-step guide with timeline to creating an exhibition.
These questions may assist you in developing your exhibition rationale:
Does the exhibition tie into current research and / or funding?
Does the exhibition complete previous research?
Will the theme of the exhibition be a retrospective or centered on a particular period? Will the theme of the exhibition be presented around a particular theme or topic? Will it be focused on an individual or a group?
What will be the impact of the exhibition?
What do you want to convey to an audience?
We suggest creating a title for the exhibition and writing a brief statement of purpose. Make the title memorable, not too long and revealing. The statement should reflect your intent in presenting your exhibition.
The library will provide you, the exhibition organiser, with a contract. This will cover:
what the library will do to assist with the exhibition
what you'll need to do to create the exhibition
where both parties will overlap
schedule of activity.
Please note that many people outside UCC Library will be involved in the process including:
team to mount exhibition.
These people all work on other projects within UCC and outside of UCC.
Check our FAQs for more information on exhibitions!
Blogging About the Exhibition
A blog post about the exhibition will be posted on The River-sidewhich communicates about research collections, projects and events in Special Collections, Archives and Repository Services, UCC Library. For examples of previous posts see here.