Portage District Library Art Exhibits

The library hosts art exhibits by local artists of all ages. Exhibits are usually up between four and six weeks and may include artist receptions, music, and art demonstrations. We have four primary gallery spaces in the library: The Community Art Gallery is located on the east wall of the Atrium and also includes the entrance ramp and stairwell. The Solo Gallery takes up the north end of the Atrium. The Lower Level Gallery incorporates the entry space into the Youth Department and meeting rooms. The Local History and Culture Gallery includes featured display cases on our Upper Level.

Art Exhibits

Community Art Gallery

The Plein Air Artists of West Michigan is a friendly association of artists who seek inspiration and artistic growth through painting directly from nature. A variety of their most interesting pieces will be on display in our Community Gallery for the months of March and April.

An art reception hosted by the Plein Air Artists of West Michigan will take place in the library atrium on Sunday, March 24 from 2-4pm.

Solo Gallery

Ranja Friedman will share her acrylic on canvas art during the months of March and April.

Lower Level Gallery

The Shamrock Montessori Center proudly presents paintings inspired by Disney Piano Classics.

We welcome you to come and meet the young artists on Sunday, March 17 from 2:00-4:30 pm.

Local History and Culture Gallery

You are invited to view the creative side of the Portage District Library staff members. Staff art and handicrafts will be on display in our Local History and Culture Gallery for the months of March and April.

More Information

For more information about the art exhibits at Portage District Library, please contact the Art Exhibit Coordinator:

Katharyn Jones | Kjones@portagelibrary.info | 269-585-8711

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