Dear friends and visitors,
Stuart Hall Library is temporarily closed to the public from Tuesday 17 March until further notice to help combat the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID -19).
Based on government advice and as a duty of care to our team, contributors, supporters and visiting public, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone our upcoming public or education events to help prevent the spread of the virus.
We will keep you up to date through our social media channels and our website as we continue our work through digital channels.
The Stuart Hall Library is Iniva’s critical and creative hub. The library holds Iniva’s collections and archive. It supports Iniva’s work by documenting and facilitating its research into the contemporary visual arts within an international and transnational context, as well as providing critical material on issues of cultural identity.
The library offers a specialist collection that is open to the public. There is a Stuart Hall Library online catalogue. Titles can be searched by author, keyword, title, curator, artist or individual contributor.
To arrange a tour or group visit of the library, email email@example.com
It is not necessary to book a space. The library is open to members on a drop-in basis until the available seats are full.
However, we have a number of bookable study spaces in the library dedicated to specialised research requests only.
An individual or groups (between 4-8 people) can book study spaces designated for quiet study or collaborative research during our opening hours. Fill in and submit the booking form below to firstname.lastname@example.org