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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Frida Kahlo: Celebrating the Art, Culture and Traditions of Mexico

Orlando Public Library, First Floor

On display May 1, 2021- June 30, 2021

Explore the rich culture and artifacts of México as well as artwork inspired by Mexican icon, Frida Kahlo. Presented by Casa de México with the participation of Tertulia Cuatro Gatos.


Failure is Impossible: A History of Women's Suffrage in America

Orlando Public Library, First Floor

On display May 1, 2021- August 1, 2021

Explore the lives of activists, reformers and suffragettes who defined the decades-long battle to win the right to vote for women.


Black Mary: Revival of the Marketplace and Culture

Eatonville Branch

On Display Through June 2021

This photography exhibit reimagines the Great Depression-era figure Mary Poppins as a modernday Black woman invoking joy, power and self-determination in communities suffering from socioeconomic disparities. Photographs by journalist Renata Sago with her mother as the figure Black Mary. For more information, visit

Virtual Event: A Conversation About Black Mary- Tuesday, June 8, 6 p.m.


Seascapes and Geodes

Southwest Branch

On display Through July 2021

Inspired by her love of natural beauty and nature, Ankita creates beautiful geode art using resin, stones, glitter and real crystals and minerals in both decorative and functional pieces.

Virtual Event: Meet the Artist- Saturday, May 22, 2021, 10:30 a.m.





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.