The Sabatini Gallery is your connection to the Arts: inspiring curiosity, developing visual literacy, and building our community. We are located a short distance from the library entrance, just to the right of the rotunda.
- Exhibits, programs, and events are free, casual, and open to the public.
- Hours are the same as the Library except when closed for change of exhibition in the Main Gallery (traveling and gallery-curated exhibits, competitions).
- Our Front Gallery (permanent collection exhibits) remains open.
- Reach us at the Gallery Desk (785-580-4515) or at any of our individual numbers and/or emails below.
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.
Against the Grain: Traditional & Contemporary Woodworking
November 7, 2014 – January 4, 2015 | Main Gallery
Featuring work from area artisans, a how-to video, and an interactive “Memory Tree”, this exhibit is perfect for every age and level of curiosity. Learn More.
November 10, 2014 – January25, 2015 | Front Gallery
This fall and winter, you can still “smell the flowers” in the Sabatini Gallery. Learn more.
Marie Pyko, Public Services Director
785-580-4560 | email@example.com
Stephanie Hall, Public Services Manager
785-580-4546 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Zan Popp, Curator of Exhibitions
785-580-4586 (voicemail) | email@example.com
Sherry Best, Curator of Collections
785-580-4516 (voicemail) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brea Black, Art Librarian
785-580-4512 (voicemail) | email@example.com
Betsy Knabe Roe, Museum Educator & Associate Curator
785-580-4577 (voicemail) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Kearns, Associate Curator & Social Media
785-580-4589 (voicemail) | email@example.com