Rules & Reservation Requests
Rules for Hearth Exhibitions (Lawrence 266 walls)
PERMITTED USES: Display of sponsored classroom work on walls by students and faculty in the College of Design
MAP: Wilcox Hearth
- All exhibits must have an endorsement by a sponsoring faculty member.
- Photos or a detailed description of work to be displayed shall be provided with application.
- The display walls can NOT be altered in any way, temporarily or permanently.
- It is the users’ responsibility to ensure the walls are left in good, undamaged condition, with trash and other materials removed following the installation. Any problems must be brought to the attention of the College of Design Facilities Manager by contacting FSS@uoregon.edu. Repair or replacement costs due to damage while being used is the responsibility of the user, and the cost of repair or replacement will be billed to the applicant on the request form.
- Exhibits may run for up to one week. Generally exhibits will be installed on Sunday and removed on Saturday.
- Exhibits cannot be installed during Hearth coffee shop business hours.
- The exhibit must comply with University of Oregon policies and safety codes.
- During regular academic sessions, exhibition-related events can not be scheduled before 5:30PM Monday – Friday due to the Hearth Cafe’s operating hours. Intercession, and weekend events are not restricted.
- Exhibition-related event arrangements must be made separately by the applicant including set-up and clean-up. No alcohol may be served unless provided by University Catering. Please see the Catering website for more information and note the university policies about catering and waivers, which must be submitted 15 days in advance of the event.
By completing the Application, the Applicant agrees to the following:
- To implement the exhibition described in the rules above.
- To not alter the proposal without prior approval.
- To install and remove all materials related to the exhibition by the approved dates.
- To leave the space in the same or better condition than when it was found.
- To be financially liable for costs associated with damage to the property.
The application process is not complete without the approval. Applications must be approved prior to the exhibition. A copy of the approved application must be on site during the installation process.