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

artwork by Alberto Gomez GomezORIGINS: The Artwork of Carlos Alberto Quintero & Alberto Gomez Gomez

Orlando Public Library, First Floor
Friday, September 3 - Sunday, October 31, 2021

Colombian artists Carlos Alberto Quintero and Alberto Gomez Gomez draw inspiration from the roots of Latin American magical realism to create kaleidoscopic works drenched in expressive color and imagination. View a collection of their arresting works in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at Orlando Public Library.




Baseball card from 1887America's Game: The History of Baseball

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor
Friday, September 3 - Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Chart baseball’s evolution from English bat-and-ball game to America’s national pastime in this interactive exhibition featuring items reproduced from the digital collections of the Library of Congress.









photo by Cynthia SlaughterOn Broken Pieces

Eatonville Branch
On Display Through Sunday, October 31

This photographic documentary chronicles 30 years of intimate family possessions and priceless irreplaceable memorabilia, all destroyed within moments by Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Photographer Cynthia Slaughter depicts an emotional journey of brokenness and despair that ultimately yields an overwhelming sense of trust and hope.



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