Location of Project Display:
*Permission for this project must be obtained from your professor prior to submitting this
form. If your professor has not already approved your project, please do not continue!
Describe in specific detail the materials used (i.e. nails, twigs, glass, etc.), what the
project entails, including dimensions, weight, stability (if unstable, how will it be
fastened?) and exact location.
Display date: Removal date:
(Artwork can be displayed for a maximum of 2 weeks)
To complete this form, please read the following Rules and Regulations:
1. It is the responsibility of the student to obtain permission five working days prior to
art placement. In order to place art in the Student Union Building, permission must be
obtained from the Manager of the Student Union. The Atrium or Devonian Walkway
(Level 9) may also be booked for art work exhibition by calling the Conference and
Event Services office at 329-2244, by email or online.
2. All artwork must have the artists name and course ID at all times or it will be removed.
Artwork can be displayed for a maximum of 2 weeks.
3. There are some materials and substances that must not be used under any circumstances.
Some examples of these include: ammunition, flammable liquids, and explosives,
biohazardous waste. Refer to University of Lethbridge, Faculty of Fine Arts, Safety
Policy and Procedures.
4. For the safety of the entire University Community, the following restrictions
will apply to the placement of art:
* Security cameras are not to be blocked or interfered with in any way.
* Do not turn off or adjust the lighting in pedestrian walkways.
* Do not hang or exhibit art from fire protection sprinkler heads or pipes.
* Do not place art in front of fire hose cabinets or fire extinguishers.
* Do not place art in pedestrian pathways or areas where obstruction of movement would occur.
If at any time during the display of a student art project, the project becomes unsafe or if
complaints are made, the Department of Art will be contacted, to address the removal of the art piece.
By submitting this application, you have read and understand the Student Art Placement Policy
(insert website link) and agree to respect the art placement guidelines.
Copies of this request will be sent to the following departments to review:
Toby Clark, Risk & Safety Services, Risk Analyst
Bill Krysak, Facilities, Manager Security, Fire Safety Officer
Marty Gadd, Facilities, Manager Building Maintenance
Mary Kavanagh, Fine Arts, Chair Department of Art
Catherine Ross, Fine Arts, Facility Manager Department of Art
Spencer Court, Facilities, Associate Director, Planning & Capital Projects