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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American Propaganda, 1936 - 1943: Selected Posters of the Works Projects Administration
Orlando Public Library, Second Floor
On Display May 3 - July 31
In the late 1930s, the United States faced deep economic challenges brought about by the Great Depression and the impending threat of a second world war. During this time, the Works Projects Administration, a department of the U.S. Government established by Franklin D. Roosevelt as part of the New Deal, produced over 35,000 posters related to government sponsored health, safety and tourism programs. On view are a selection of these posters which illustrate a period of significant social and political change in the United States.
Orlando Public Library, First Floor
On Display July 6 - August 31
Twenty-six members of The ALIVE Artists Group exhibit paintings of Frida Kahlo by 'getting into the head' of the visionary artist.
Are you an artist who would like to exhibit with the Orange County Library System?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to have your work displayed at your local library.