Connect with the arts and learn something new. We frequently exhibit a variety of solo and group shows and informational and interactive displays.

Current Exhibit

Four frames of various sizes and colors of gold and brown are hanging in a row on a wall. The images depict drawings of rocks, feathers, and other aspects of nature.

Art and Nature: Peaceful Messages of Contemplation 

September 7-October 24, 2022

Margarete de Soleil celebrates her passion for forms in nature by working on paper with ink, chalk, pastel, and watercolor. Her art is born of her love of nature, and the joy and reflection nature offers.

Past Exhibits

Now and Here: The Heritage of Morning Calm 

May 14-June 18, 2022 

Art Korea of Chicago is an association of artists in Chicagoland. "We make art because there's something inside the creative person that needs to get out."

Artistic Discovery Congressional Art Competition

April 20-May 5, 2022

Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Entries submitted to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky's office will be on display at the library.

A South Asian Perspective, Grishma Shah

February 26-April 17, 2022

A mixed-media exhibition about an artist's journey of inclusion in the South Asian community. Grishma Shah is an artist with a master's degree in Global Health and Community Health from the University of Illinois, recently completed a Public Narrative program at Harvard University, and received her PhD in Community Psychology from National Louis University. As an entertainment psychologist, she shares messages of human experience to local and global communities through various forms of art and storytelling.

Making It Through

January-March, 2022

A group show of works created by library staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Propose an Exhibit

If you’d like to propose an exhibit to display at Skokie Public Library, please review our exhibit guidelines and submit this form. Unfortunately, because of the volume of proposals we receive, we’re not able to individually respond to each inquiry.