Events & Displays
Our revered spaces are campus hubs with inviting, accessible learning spaces. Inside our libraries, our users feel the world at their fingertips, the knowledge of the ages and the potential of the future. For these reasons we make some of our spaces are available for special University receptions, events and displays.
Speaker’s Corner is located in the Queen’s Learning Commons at the north end of the ground floor of Stauffer Library, next to the Writing Centre. This dynamic space hosts a range of events from guest speakers to workshops to the Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference.
Alan G. Green Fireplace Reading Room: is located on the second floor of Stauffer Library. This grand room provides tables, seating and warm fireplaces within arm’s reach of Stauffer’s impressive collections. The Fireplace reading room looks out over the corner of Union and University.
Seminar Room (Room 121): is located on the east side of the main floor of Stauffer Library, just beyond the Adaptive Technology Centre. The room can accommodate up to 45 people (on 24 laptops) and is frequently used for Queen’s Learning Commons workshops and library teaching sessions. A no food or drink policy is maintained in the room in order to protect the equipment.
Events may be arranged at other library locations as well, such as Bracken Health Sciences Library, Douglas Library, Education Library and the Lederman law Library. For more information on booking events, please see Use of Library Space for Events.
Learning commons: is located in Stauffer Library, and provides an often visited venue to display posters and other exhibits of learning and research activities on campus.
For more information on booking exhibits, please see our Exhibit Policy.