Arts & Culture Center

WPL welcomes local artists to exhibit their work and community groups to present their organizations in the Arts & Culture Center, located on the first floor of the library.

The purpose of the Arts and Culture Center is to introduce local and regional artists to the public as well as a serve as an informational display space for community partners or upcoming events. 

June Display

Wayne Art League

Founded in the 1950s, the Wayne Art League welcomes 40+ artists of varying skill levels, styles, and mediums. The group meets weekly to encourage and learn from one another as well as from established artists who explain their techniques and offer demonstrations. This exhibit features original work by several Wayne Art League member artists demonstrating an interesting array of styles and mediums.

For more information about the Wayne Art League, contact maryesegraves@yahoo.com

 

Vase of flowers
Ocean and sandy beach
A barn and silo

Mesoamerican sculpture

Olmec Trails: Culture and Legacy

This new outdoor exhibit featuring over 30 hand-painted large-scale renditions of iconic Mesoamerican sculptures will be displayed this summer throughout DuPage County in an expansive exhibition highlighting the culture of the ancient Olmec civilization in a fresh and accessible way.

The exhibit is provided by the partnership of the Mexican Cultural Center DuPage (MCCD), Meztli Mexico, the College of DuPage Public Art Project (COD) and the DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau (DCVB).

Learn more about this county-wide art exhibit.


Display Your Artwork

To have your artwork considered for display in the Arts & Culture Center, fill out the application. For more information, contact Bari Ericson at 630-868-7529 or bericson@wheatonlibrary.org.