Art in the Library
The Ridgefield Library presents many programs and events for artists and lovers of art, including monthly rotating exhibits in The Gallery on the Lower Level of the Library, as well as programs and workshops. The Library also has a Fine Arts collection and many online resources on the arts.
Click here to see other scheduled exhibits and other art related programs coming up at the Library.
Currently on Exhibit
Emergence: Paintings by Charles Gulbrandson
On View from Friday, May 24 through Wednesday, June 26
Artist’s Reception Saturday, June 1 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM
For more information click here.
ARTalks is a series that explores the creative process through programs and workshops about art, architecture, and design. The series is co-sponsored by the Library and the Ridgefield Guild of Artists.
Click Here for a printable brochure of our most recent ARTalks series. Stay tuned for the 2019-2020 lineup!
The Ridgefield Library welcomes the display of art exhibitions in its Gallery space in keeping with its mission that the Library “anticipates and meets the evolving needs of our community. We are an essential partner and the place where people go to discover, question, learn and connect.”
The Library’s Program Department will review a representative sample of the artist’s portfolio and decide if it is suitable for a Library exhibition. As the exhibition space is in a public space, the artwork must meet appropriate community standards and be suitable for all ages. Exhibitions are selected by the Library on the basis of aesthetic quality, educational interest, and appeal and relevance to the community.
If you would like to be considered to show your work at the Library please email Laurie McGavin Bachmann at email@example.com for more information.
Click here for a 3D walk through of the Gallery featuring Woodblock prints by Mark Ceconi, that were exhibited in November 2017.
Fine Arts Collection
The Library’s Fine Arts Collection is housed in the Sara and Rudy Ruggles, Jr. Fine Arts Reading Room on the Upper Level, in the original 1903 part of the building.