Orange County Library System features exhibitions from local, national and international artists.  As a cooperative effort, this enables the Library to share the enjoyment of art and informative exhibits with the public, provide exposure to local artists/artisans and enhance Library facilities.

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On Display

Karlon by Janay Bookhart

Just Us

Orlando Public Library, First and Third Floors

January 13, 2019 - February 28, 2019

View artwork of diverse mediums in observance and celebration of Black History Month. Features pieces by local African-American artists and entries from the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida’s Youthful Expressions Art Contest.  Curated by Tré Harris of Bronze Kingdom African Art Gallery.

Life is 3DLife is 3D

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor Traveling Exhibit Space

On Display Until February 28, 2019

Photographer Jim McManus has been perfecting the art of 3D photography for nearly 25 years, using home-built camera rigs to capture scenes of life all around us. In Life is 3D, visitors can explore a selection of Jim's  work which is printed on archival materials, and enjoyed with traditional red/blue 3D glasses. 

For more information about this exhibit, visit


Call for Artists

Women in the Arts 2019Celebrating the Genius of Women 2019 Art Competition

Women in the Arts, Inc. and the Orange County Library System invite professional female artists to submit their work to be exhibited during Women's History Month at the Orlando Public Library. 

Finalists will be chosen from the entries submitted.  Selected art will be featured in the upcoming Annual Celebrating the Genius of Women exhibition at the Orlando Public Library in March and April 2019.  Finalists will be eligible for up to $2,000 in cash prizes.

Apply online at  For more information, call 407.835.7481.




Are you an artist who would like to exhibit with the Orange County Library System?
Contact us at for more information on how to have your work displayed at your local library.