Art Gallery

    The Bluegrass and the Holocaust

    Exhibit will run thru end of December

    Our Bluegrass and the Holocaust exhibit, is a collection of articles from local newspapers, as well as a few political cartoons from Theodor Seuss Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss, regarding major events highlighted by the Americans and the Holocaust exhibit.

    Our intention is to provide attendees with an understanding of what coverage these events received in the newspapers that Scott Countians were reading, as well as the opinions expressed in the editorials that could be found in the daily news. 

    Upcoming Gallery Opening

    "The Bluegrass and the Holocaust" showing now in the Gallery

    Photo of Holocaust

    This exhibit will show the news articles that was printed locally leading up to the World War 2 and the rise of the Nazism in Germany.

    The Art Gallery located inside the Scott County Public Library is a unique space that provides opportunities to enhance the community’s appreciation of the arts. Curated exhibits featured in the Gallery are family-friendly, easily accessible, open to the public during regular library hours and are free of charge.

    The Gallery Curator plans and facilitates two types of exhibits. Solo shows present a large body of work from one artist; while potpourri shows feature the work of a group of artists, each of whom have more limited bodies of work or experience.

    For more information, view the Scott County Public Library’s Exhibits Policy

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