Exhibits & News

Current Exhibits

Marshall Gallery

This exhibit highlights the International and Area Studies Library’s and the Undergraduate Library’s impressive and rapidly expanding collection of anime and manga. Combining posters briefly describing the history of anime and manga with featured jewels of our collection, this exhibit is meant to show members of the university community these libraries’ excellent collections and inspire interest in anime and manga as mediums.



Graduate Student Exhibit Contest   

Keep an eye out for further information on the 2018 Graduate Student Exhibit Contest!

Printing Guidelines

Need an easy guide for printing posters and materials for your upcoming exhibit, refer to our Printing Guidelines!

Have a great idea for a Library exhibit? Now’s the time to showcase it!

The Library Exhibits Committee is seeking exhibits for the Main North-South Corridor  and Marshall Gallery. To submit an exhibit request form visit https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/2298847.

All topics for Library exhibits are welcome. Preferable are those that either highlight the University Library’s rich and vast collections or that look beyond the walls of the Library and attempt to incorporate nationally or locally recognized themes and events, campus programs, or emerging research. All exhibit topics should be presented in a thoughtful and inclusive way. Questions? Contact the Library Exhibits Committee at  excom@library.illinois.edu