Exhibits

Main Library Bernheim Gallery: February 1 - 28

Ladies of Distinction: A 20th-Century Snapshot of Louisville's Black Society

This original exhibit features never-before-seen photographs and memorabilia from the collection of Mrs. Geneva H. Bell, a prominent African-American educator in Kentucky. The display is a "who's who" of Louisville’s 20th-century black society with a focus on education and service organizations including Sigma Pi Phi fraternity (the Boulé), The Links, Inc., and Delta Sigma Theta sorority.

PUBLIC RECEPTION: Saturday, February 28, from 1 - 2:30 p.m. sponsored by: Elmer Lucille Allen; Marie Bradby; Stephen J. Evans; Floyd C. & Patrice Taylor; The Links, Inc. Louisville (KY) Chapter


Iroquois Library Community Gallery - APRIL 2015

Rutherford Elementary Student Art Show

Rutherford Elementary Student Art Show

View art works from Rutherford Elementary students all April long.


Online Exhibits

Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience

Ben Franklin: In Search of a Better World

LFPL Flood 2009 Exhibit

here is new york

Louisville and the Peace Corps

We are together: Photos from the Sichuan Earthquake

In A Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak

Main Library exhibit

Hands in Harmony

Louisville's Graphic Designer Julius Friedman

Posters for Peace



 

Last Updated: 3/31/15