The San Diego Central Library is great in so many ways–cool design, lots of space, massive amount of books. We could go on all day about the awesome gift shop or its baseball memorabilia collection (which is the second largest in the US). But today, we’re going to talk about just one of the many areas to view art within its boundaries: the gallery space.
The very top 9th floor of the Central Library features a gallery space with the exhibit Renewed: A Short Story About the San Diego Public Library’s Visual Arts Program. One sentence to sum up the space right now: a small space with a wide variety of pieces.
The exhibit features artists who have previously worked with the San Diego Public Library’s Visual Arts Program. There have been 125 exhibits since 1997 by the SD Public Library and it’s only fitting the first exhibit at the new gallery space should be from the returning players of the Visual Arts Program. This new space will eventually feature rotating exhibits but for now, Renewed is the only one scheduled thru March 29th.
Go today to enjoy the exhibit and all the Library has to offer (including the cool shop, baseball display and more!).
Renewed: A Short Story About the San Diego Public Library’s Visual Arts Program
Now thru March 29th