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

OCLS X StoryCorpsOCLS X StoryCorps

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor 

On Display November 5 - January 31

Last year, StoryCorp recorded memories told by library customers and staff. In conjunction with Orange County Regional History Center's Accidental Historian exhibit, this display of Thomas Thorspecken sketches and library photos documents that project.





Coming Soon

Black MaryBlack Mary: An Homage to Black Feminine Magic

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor

On Display February 1, 2020 - February 29, 2020

This photojournalism exhibit from mother-daughter duo Kanika and Renata Sago re-imagines Mary Poppins—the popular 1930s-era British nanny—as a modern-day Black woman invoking joy and power in marginalized communities across the United States.




Manzanar Town Hall Meeting

A Grave Injustice: Life at Manzanar War Relocation Center

Orlando Public Library, Second Floor 

On Display March 1, 2020 - April 30, 2020

Get a glimpse into the everyday life of the nearly 10,000 Japanese Americans that were forcibly interned at the Manzanar War Relocation Center from 1942-1946. Features photographs from the Library of Congress taken by photographer Ansel Adams. 




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