Hartford Public Library 2019

ArtWalk at Hartford Public Library offers one of the largest and most stunning exhibition spaces in greater Hartford and the opportunity for visitors to view art in a magnificent setting in their own community.  The state-of-the art gallery rises above Main Street along a glass wall that floods the space with ambient light during the day and appears to glow as a jewel box at night. Exhibitions will offer an array of art experiences that reflect a variety of media, styles, and cultures in the art world, providing diverse viewing experiences, and allowing for many tastes. Art work is displayed on “floating” wall sections that allow the visitor to discover each piece while never seeing the whole exhibition from one vantage point. Because of the unusual cable system in place, one of the most unique aspects of the ArtWalk is that any wall and lighting configuration or arrangement can change with the nature of every new exhibition. The gallery was made possible through the generosity of donors to the Library’s completed Capital Campaign, especially the Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation Fund at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

The ArtWalk is located on the 3rd floor of the Hartford Public Library, at 500 Main Street
and features interesting exhibitions year round.

OPEN STUDIO HARTFORD 2019 at ArtWalk features an exhibit of work by 

Sarah Schneiderman
Fractured and distorted political portraits made of trash

For more information on Sarah and her work,
Click here


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