Connect with the arts and learn something new. We have two primary spaces for exhibits and display a wide variety of solo and group shows and informational and interactive displays.

Now on display

Art Quilts of the Black Threads Collective

January 10-February 26, 2015

“To look at a quilt is to see history,” says Tracy Vaughn-Manley, founder of the Black Threads Collective. She believes that these quilts “represent the resilience of Americans in general and of African American women in particular.” View their last exhibit at the library.

Suggest an Exhibit

We welcome applications to exhibit art of various media and cultures. Because we receive so many requests, submitting an application does not guarantee that your work will be displayed. All works must be framed and wired for hanging. If you're interested, send an email to Christie Robinson, Communications and Marketing Manager, that includes the following information:

  • Description of work
  • Sizes of works/frames and number of items
  • References/other shows in which the artist has exhibited
  • A link to at least 10 photographs of the work (no attachments to emails, please)
  • Artist’s contact information, including email and phone number

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