Members of the Afterschool Project at the Temple Hill Academy created poems and pictures to demonstrate their understanding of the contributions made to society by Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movements. On display through the month of January.
Created by students in the Newburgh Enlarged City School district.
AFRICAN CODE: A SECRET LANGUAGE
Paintings by Roslyn Fassett
February 2 – 28, 2015
Newburgh Free Library MAIN Library (LOBBY)
A spacious gallery space in the lobby of the Newburgh Free Library is the site of monthly exhibits and art shows by local artists. Many of the artists offer receptions to showcase their art and meet the public. In addition, glass cases showcase local collections and displays related to library and literary-related events.
The Newburgh Free Library welcomes exhibits by Hudson Valley artists. The exhibits are hung by the artists themselves and are usually on display for one month. For more information, please see the Exhibit and Display Registration Form and Waiver as well as the Exhibit Spaces and Bulletin Boards Policy. If you are interested in exhibiting, please call the library, 845-563-3619 or 563-3645. Samples of work are required before an exhibit can be scheduled.
In addition, the library has a number of display cases that showcase special collections or materials loaned by local artists and individuals. If you have a special collection or small project you would like to display, please call 845-563-3619 or 563-3645.