- Submit a permission form for art installations in the University of Toronto Scarborough Library
- Note that 72 hours notice is required
- If the project is likely to be controversial, students will notify campus police so that they can assist with any complaints
Ensuring the safety of library users is a concern of the library. Students will not endanger themselves, other participants, or the audience of the installation.
In particular, students will not:
- use ladders
- obstruct fire exits or public passageways (minimum 5’/1.5m clearance)
- use open flames
Students will install art projects safely, including securing extension cords or other cables with duct tape.
Students will not:
- engage in racist or sexist activity
- disturb classes or study areas (without permission)
When in doubt about what causes a disturbance, students should consult the Coordinator of User Services.
Students will not:
- obstruct access to library collections
- permanently damage walls, floors, ceilings or windows
- permanently alter the building or any part of the building
- engage in major construction without permission
- use nails or screws without permission
- use adhesives on painted surfaces without permission
Adhesives used on non-painted surfaces must be removed and all gummy areas cleaned by the students; in most instances masking tape should be used.
- Students will remove the project within the agreed upon time
- Students will clean the area & return it to its original condition
- Students must provide any cleaning supplies needed to return the space to its original condition
- The library does not assume responsibility for theft or damage to artwork
- Students are responsible for any damage caused by their installation
- Students who do not comply with the guidelines will not be given permission to install projects in the future
Guidelines adapted from Facilities Management http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~facmgmt/procedures.html