Exhibits

Main Library Bernheim Gallery: OPENING SEPTEMBER 25

Black Freedom, White Allies, and Red Scare: Louisville, 1954

This year marks the 60th anniversary of a home purchase, bombing, and trial that shook Louisville and the nation. A new exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library—Black Freedom, White Allies, and Red Scare—presented in partnership with U of L’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, the Courier-Journal, and U of L Libraries, chronicles the 1954 bombing of a Shively home and the sedition trial of civil rights activists Anne and Carl Braden.

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Iroquois Library Community Gallery - September

A History of the Iroquois Library: A 75th Anniversary Photo Exhibit


Online Exhibits

Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience

Ben Franklin: In Search of a Better World

LFPL Flood 2009 Exhibit

here is new york

Louisville and the Peace Corps

We are together: Photos from the Sichuan Earthquake

In A Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak

Main Library exhibit

Hands in Harmony

Louisville's Graphic Designer Julius Friedman

Posters for Peace



 

Last Updated: 9/9/14