About this Exhibit
Celebrating the Kelly Library’s 50 Years: Spaces, Community, Collections, and Innovation
IN 1969 THE JOHN M. KELLY LIBRARY had just opened its doors, drawing the College’s print collections into a modern space for a modern time. The brutalist architecture still looms, but the inside is warm and welcoming – a space for learning and growth. There are expert staff, exemplary faculty, and enquiring students – a shared community of inspiration and creation. We have three floors of resources, analogue and digital, on shelves and screens – a collection to draw local and international knowledge seekers. Here are compelling exchanges, original research, quiet study, and splendid studios – an environment to support innovation in our community and our services.
- January to December 2019
- Jessica Barr
- Constance Lewin
- Noel McFerran
- Sheila Eaton
Then and Now
Our 50th Anniversary Themes
The Kelly Library at 50: A Retrospective of Our Future
Spaces, community, collections, and innovation shape our future as they shaped our past.