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Main Library Bernheim Gallery:

The Creative Mind

On display through March 30

On loan from The National Academy of Sciences, THE CREATIVE MIND is a traveling panel exhibit celebrating the contributions of African Americans to medicine, mathematics, engineering, and all branches of science. It features the careers and achievements of some of today’s outstanding black scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and medical professionals and highlights the work of notable figures from the past.  

Gallery Hours: Mon-Thur, 9 am - 9 pm; Fri/Sat, 9 am - 5 pm; Sun, 1-5 pm


Main Library Teen Underground Gallery

#LiterarySwag Project

On display through April 30

#literaryswag Project

Farnsley Middle School’s #LiterarySwag Project is designed to promote literacy by featuring photos of Farnsley students who are reading and also look stylish.  Language Arts teacher, Kelly Franklin, was inspired by the #literaryswag movement created by New York writer Yahdon Israel, who used social media to combine his two favorite things: fashion and books. Students were photographed at school by photographer Jessica Holman.

Images from the exhibit can also be seen on LFPL's Facebook album.


Iroquois Library Exhibit - JUNE 2016

Americana Fiberworks Art

Americana Fiberworks Art exhibit

Americana Fiberworks is a women’s arts and educational group designed to support the positive integration of refugee and immigrant women into the Louisville community using a common interest in the fiber art.

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: 6/1/16