Displays and events

New exhibition
Women in Queen Square: Celebrating the centenary of Votes for Women in the UK. This exhibition, features photographs, objects, and documents from Queen Square Archives, will be launched on 5th February 2018, and run until end of April 2018.

Thank you to everyone who nominated women for inclusion in our exhibition. The joint winners are:

  • Anita Harding
  • Patricia Limousin
  • Jenny Vaughan

We received a wide range of nominations for women past and present in Queen Square, from both IoN and NHNN, and across staff groups (many of whom already feature in the exhibition).

The exhibition coincides with International Women’s Day on 8th March, and also commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first women voting in the UK, in the general election of December 1918. Please see exhibition handout for further information.

See the UCL Vote 100 website for programme of further exhibitions, talks etc marking the centenary.

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Opening Hours

You can visit to see our displays in person : usually Monday - Friday 9am-7pm (last entry 6pm). Please see our opening hours page for changes to our opening over the coming weeks. Please bring some provide proof of identity (e.g. driving licence or bank card) with you, and sign in at the Library desk on the 1st floor.

Next exhibition
WAVECRAFT: Two pioneers of EEG and their world 1st May-31st July 2018

External exhibitions

Trajectories exhibition, University of Dundee’s LifeSpace Gallery, Friday, 2 February, 2018 to Saturday, 2 June, 2018 Art works by Charles Robert Harrison, Charlie Murphy and Studio Senses will be shown alongside materials from the cognitive testing collections of scientist Professor Elizabeth Warrington, objects from University of Dundee’s Museum Collections and current scientific research. Exhibition website

Previous exhibitions:

Please see our compilations page to view some of the earlier displays, selected handouts from which are linked below:

Other Queen Square related exhibitions
Silvering the Cerebrum

Library, museum and archive refurbishment generously supported by the Brain Research Trust and the National Brain Appeal.