Across 15 locations, Orange County Library System features exhibitions from local, national and international artists.  These exhibitions provide a platform for artists of diverse talents and mediums while simultaneously offering culturally enriching experiences to library visitors. The library also maintains an informative exhibit area on the second floor of Orlando Public Library. This space features illuminating and interactive exhibits curated by OCLS staff.

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Current Exhibitions


Exploring The Call of the Wild

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor
On Display December 10, 2021 - March 11, 2022

Answer the call of the wild with this informative exhibit that explores the real Klondike Gold Rush as featured in Jack London’s adventure classic. Presented in concert with the NEA Big Read event series.



Painting featured in Opus High Life ExhibitThe Opus High Life Collection

Eatonville Branch
On Display through February
This collection depicts artist Iva Pittman’s imagery of how music is used to cope with everyday life. To view more artwork, follow the artist @ official5pm and @officiallyiva on Instagram.








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