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Library Art Wall & Display Cases

acrylic paintings on gallery wall

Are you interested in sharing your collection or original art with our Library and the South Burlington community? 

We have three spaces available in our Library for sharing artwork; an art wall with a cable and hanging system, located on the second floor by the public computers, and two glass display cases, a larger one located on the second floor and one smaller located in the Marabella Kidspace of the Library on the first floor. Each display space is available for 4 weeks, from the 1st to 30th of the month.  Dimensions for each can be found below.

Available Spaces

Display Space


Best suited for:

Gallery Wall - supported by Gary Farrell

25ft long x 5ft tall

Sliding cable and hook hanging system. 

framed or canvas paintings or photographs, mixed media displays for hanging

Display Case (Large) - in memory of Jennifer Kochman

6ft long x 16in wide x 5ft tall. 

3 shelves at 20in apart (variable)

larger displays including items that need a height clearance up to 5 ft and appropriate for all ages. 

Display Case (Small) 

2ft long x 2ft wide x 5ft tall. 

4 shelves at 15in apart. 

displays featuring smaller items and pertaining to children and families, such as dolls, LEGOs, stuffed animals, memorabilia collections, etc. 

Art Wall and Display Application

Before submitting the form below, please read through our draft policy. Please note that the artist is responsible for hanging and taking down the artwork in a timely manner. While the work is displayed, artists are free to post prices of their pieces and contact information, if desired. 

Complete the Library Art Wall Application to indicate your interest in sharing your work. A staff member will respond to you using the email you list on the form. Please keep in mind wait times can be up to 6 months at this time. 

Looking for the art space on the first floor of City Hall? See the South Burlington Public Art Gallery.