The USC Libraries produce original programming for the Southern California community, in the form of lectures, conferences, performances and exhibitions on a wide range of topics—usually featuring works from the university's special collections. Our primary exhibition spaces are in Doheny Memorial Library. They include the Treasure Room on the first floor and the Rotunda and Music Library corridor on the ground floor. (See the venues section for more information on scheduling programs in these spaces.) As part of a university-wide effort to foster intellectual collaboration, the libraries allow some of their spaces to be used for special academic events by other departments and organizations on campus.