We’re your connection to the arts: committed to inspiring curiosity, developing visual literacy, and building our community. The gallery is located a short distance from the library entrance, just to the right of the rotunda.
What’s Happening at the Sabatini
Elliott Erwitt: Dog Dogs | June 4 – July 31
Come to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery to find your inner pooch and discover some great art, too. In his vast range of sentiment, and in his easygoing but precise mastery of the abstract elements of composition, Elliott Erwitt is an acute observer of the canine world.
Still Me: Watercolor Expression by Individuals with Memory Loss | July 25 – Oct 9, 2016
The paintings in this exhibit were created during Memories in the Making, a program of the Alzheimer’s Association. Though words may become difficult and many abilities fade, each person has a lifetime of experiences that can find expression through art.
Current Classes & Events
Online Art Collection
We’re building an online gallery of the library’s collection of art. View the first 600 artworks from our art collection of more than 6,000 pieces. Learn more.
At A Glance
- We’re Free
Exhibits, programs, and events are casual and open to the public
We’re have the same hours as the library except when closed for change of exhibition.
- Exhibition Spaces
Main Gallery — Traveling and gallery-curated exhibits, annual competitions
Front Gallery — Permanent collection exhibits, occasional traveling exhibits
- Questions and Reference
Gallery Desk — 785-580-4515
- Internships Available
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