Tuesday, Sept. 20 – Tuesday, Oct. 11: The library’s radiant heat system is being serviced.
When visiting the library, please wear layers and be prepared for shifting temperatures throughout the day.

Artist of the Month

The Artist Wall is Back: Each month a different artist’s work is featured on the second floor of the library. A “Meet the Artist” event for this month is on Friday, September 9 at 7 p.m.

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September & October: Black Lives Matter: A Child’s Vision

An exhibit created to archive the Orland Park Black Lives Matter: 8 Can’t Wait protest that occurred on June 12, 2020. Inspired by then 9-year-old Nathan Epperson, after witnessing nationwide civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd. The exhibit is a mix of photography, portraits, art and digital narratives documenting the experiences of local residents and protestors participating in the Black Lives Matter movement.

Photography by Naomi Hill. Portrait photography by Peter Bosy. Paintings by Ariane Radcliff.

Opening reception: Friday, September 9 at 7 p.m.

The images shown here are a sampling of the content of the show. Visit the interactive exhibit in person during the months of September and October on the second floor of the library.

Note: When you click on any of the images, a slideshow will open that will allow you to enjoy all images in a larger size. Click on the right or left arrows to view images. Click on the “x” at the top-left corner of the slideshow to go back to main page.

All artwork (c)2022 by the respective artists.

Upcoming Artists:

November: Jenn Johnson

Previous Artists

Adrianna Frye
Noelle Garcia
Log Cabin Center for the Arts Teachers and Students

Interested in displaying?

Contact the Outreach Services Department at
(708) 428-5110 or outreach@orlandparklibrary.org to inquire about the art wall or our display cases.