A black-and-white photograph of four empty art frames on a wall with the text: Exhibits & Displays


Designated spaces within the library for exhibit or display include end of shelving units on the upper floor and the tops of some bookcases in the Carnegie Library. Cafe tables may be used for special floral arrangements for a limit of 1 week.   Spaces available on the lower floor include walls in the community room where you will find display wiring.  The tops of some shelving units may also be used with permission from the Library Director. Art exhibits can only be up for a maximum of two  weeks and must be installed and removed by the dates specified. 

 You must have an approved application before you can exhibit or display in the library.  You must also list which spaces you would like to use before approval will be given. Please be as specific as possible.  

To apply for exhibit or display space, please read our Exhibit and Display Policy and then fill out the Exhibit Application and the Exhibit Release Form.

 


Exhibit Application Form

PLEASE READ BEFORE FILLING OUT FORM BELOW.
Designated spaces within the library for exhibit or display include end of shelving units on the upper floor and the tops of some bookcases in the Carnegie Library. Cafe tables may be used for special floral arrangements for a limit of 1 week.   Spaces available on the lower floor include walls in the community room where you will find display wiring.  The tops of some shelving units may also be used with permission from the Library Director. Art exhibits can only be up for a maximum of two  weeks and must be installed and removed by the dates specified. 


 You must have an approved application before you can exhibit or display in the library.  You must also list which spaces you would like to use before approval will be given. Please be as specific as possible.  
Exhibit Release Form
I/we the undersigned, hereby lend the following works of art or other material to the Sharon Public Library for exhibit purposes only. In consideration for the privilege of exhibiting them in the library, I/we hereby release and hold harmless, and indemnify the library from responsibility for damage to, or the loss and/or destruction of these materials. I/we also release and hold harmless, and indemnify the library from responsibility for personal injury sustained while setting up, removing or exhibiting these materials, while they are in the possession of the library.

Materials are allowed to be displayed for two weeks, and up to four weeks with approval. It is understood that materials need to be picked up on the last day of the exhibit. Every attempt will be made to contact the owners if they are not picked up according to this schedule. However, if items are not picked up, the library has discretion to remove them.

A fine arts insurance policy covers works of art up to $150,000 provided the owner provides, to the Library Director, a valuation of each item.