Explore the work of four artists who strive to invoke thought, conversation & action related to environmental topics.
Examine WWI overseas military photography from the National Archives Nov 9, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019. See article for photo caption.
Explore WWI objects from the library’s art collection and historical artifacts from the Combat Air Museum and the Museum of the Kansas National Guard.
Help commemorate 100th anniversary of the end of WWI with a quick and fun craft project.
View artwork featuring birds by two prominent past members of the Topeka Audubon Society.
K-12 students were selected by their teachers to participate in the YAM exhibit sponsored by the Kansas Art Educators Assoc. March 15 – April 29
Experience ’80s pop culture and the beginnings of the video gaming subculture in this immersive front gallery exhibit. Fans of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, now’s your chance to hang out in Aech’s Basement!
View this community-driven exhibit that highlights the stories of African-Americans in Topeka and Shawnee County.
Since 1977, the Friends of the Library have sponsored the Topeka Crafts Competitions. “Highlights from the Art Collection” will be on display in the front gallery until the end of January 2018.
Be amazed what artists can do with clay, fibers, metals, minerals, glass and wood in the Topeka Competition 33 art exhibit.
Discover the excitement and wonder surrounding the World’s Fair: Columbian Exposition and life in the 1890s. View newspapers, illustrations, photographs and ads of the time.
Discover various artwork from the library’s permanent collection that reference or are influenced by fiber art.