The Programming and Exhibits Team (PET) reviews proposals once a month. Due to limited space it is not possible to accept all proposals. Notifications are made by email. Applicant Info Name Phone Email Affiliation UNCW Community Other Type of Programming Type of Programming Exhbit Showcase Workshop/ Reading/Panel Discussion Is food required? - None -YesNo Exhibit – A public display of art, books, or artifacts on a specific theme or topic, ideally a topic that ties to UNCW (to display three weeks or longer). Examples of Exhibits: 30th Anniversary Banned Books, The Aesthetic of Water, Dubtown Skate, Invisible Wounds of War, Mike McIntyre Works for Me. Showcase –A display of research, usually of posters, in Randall Library public spaces. Showcases should last anywhere from 2 days to 1 week. Examples of Showcases: English in Action, Honors Undergraduate Research, Wentworth Fellows. Workshop/Reading/Panel Discussion – A lecture or event aimed toward scholarly or public communication, or an educational experience. Examples of Workshops/Readings/Panel Discussions: 21st Century Academic Libraries, Banned Book Reading, Big Read Event, Mike Papadeus, Poetry Reading, Open Access Week Project Title Project Description Describe your project and how it relates to UNCW’s mission and values. If you have images, url links, or links to videos, please use them here to help us get a vision of your proposed exhibit or project. Location Please review Randall Library programming and exhibits spaces and indicate your location preference. Audience Students Faculty Staff Alumni Community Other Please check all that apply If Audience is Other, Please Describe Desired Dates Describe your preferred and alternative dates or date ranges. Agreement Yes, I agree The applicant agrees to provide high quality exhibit ready content to the PET by the designated dates. These dates will be communicated in the acceptance letter which will be sent if the proposal is approved. What does the "U" in UNCW stand for? Please help us protect against spam bots!