Location and Purpose
The Healey Library’s Grossmann Gallery, named after former University Librarian Walter Grossmann, is on the fifth floor mezzanine of the Joseph P. Healey Library and provides space for exhibitions created by Library departments or sponsored by official University programs.
Exhibitors may use all or part of the gallery spaces. If exhibitors wish to use fewer than four of the gallery walls, they must specify which walls they prefer to use on the Healey Library’s Grossmann Gallery Application Form. For more information about the Gallery (space, guidelines, and more) review gallery polices and rules of use and complete the Healey Library’s Grossmann Gallery Application Form.
The Grossmann Gallery is available to departments and programs of the University. Student exhibits must have the sponsorship of a University department or registered student organization.
How to Apply
The gallery space is usually reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible exhibitors should review gallery polices and rules of use and complete Healey Library’s Grossmann Gallery Application Form. The form includes the name, title, telephone number, and email address of the contact person for the exhibit. It will also give the specific dates for the mounting and removal of the exhibit, as well as a date and description of any public event for the exhibit (please note that any public event, exhibit opening, etc., must be approved by the Office of the Dean of University Libraries). Once this form has been completed and submitted to University Archives & Special Collections, staff will review the request and notify applicants.
If you have questions about the Grossmann Gallery or about the request process, contact us.