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

Then & Now: 100 Years of Orlando Public Library

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor
On Display January 7 - TBD

This retrospective created by Winny Riva looks at the history of the Orlando Public Library building and its operation over the years. Work displayed includes images from local photographers during the 1960s through the 1980s alongside Winny’s current day recreations, celebrating the changes that have occurred in the building.





Southwest Branch
On Display January 1, 2023 - March 31, 2023

Roger Smith has a fascination with photography and humor. In his travels across the U.S., he has captured in natural, unaltered photos the abundance of the subtle and often overlooked humor that surrounds us every day.










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