The Alachua County Library District invites local artists and collectors to display their works that reflects our mission to build a better community by creating opportunities to participate, connect, and discover. All forms of diversity, innovation, and creativity are welcome.
Accepted artwork and/or collections could be put on display at various available locations, including the Headquarters Library, located at 401 E. University Avenue, on the Foundation Room Wall, or in one of our glass display cases which are at several branches around the Library District. Space is limited and each display will be allotted up to one (1) month of use. If you have a specific branch that you would like your work to be displayed at, please include that information in your initial email. Below are the measurements of the available spaces at the Headquarters Library:
- Foundation Room Art Wall: H = 58", W = 162", Side Panels (2): H = 58", W = 37"
- Glass Display Case: 3 Shelves (22" x 22"/each)
The following documents are required to be reviewed, signed, and submitted before work can be accepted and displayed:
If you are interested in sharing your artwork or collection, please contact your local library. For the Headquarters Library contact the Adult Services department at 352-334-3940 for more information on how to apply.