Exhibitions at Kennedy Library

August 2022: "Fishing Derby" by Michael Kays

July 2022: Paintings by Daniel M. Meyer

June 2022: Eggs (1975-2022) by John Medallis

May 2022: "Untitled" by Amir J. Lewis (Age 8)

April 2022: Paintings by Bobbi Rosalsky

March 2022: Women Artists at MoMA (at Westergard)

February 2022: Tuskegee Airman (at Westergard)

Exhibition materials contributed by Malcolm V. Nettingham.

October 2021: "Once a Tree" by Jim Beckwith

Handmade wood carvings and turnings by the artist.

September 2021: "Childhood Dreams and Thoughts" by Karishma Kespragada

Pictures inspired by the cut-outs of Henri Matisse and paintings of Paul Klee.

August 2021: Fushiki - The Art of Don't Know, by John Marron

The artist in front of the banner for his show at the library. See more of his work on ig: @marronzola

July 2021: Acrylic Works by Mike Beckwith

See more of Mike's art on his website sceneoneart.com or Facebook.

June 2021: Drawings and Ceramics by Michael Kays

The artist with some of his drawings in the library lobby. See more of Mike's work on Instagram: @em.kays.

May 2021: Woodworks by Don O'Brian

Wooden bowls and unfinished boards by Don. One of three cases of Don's work on display at the library.

April 2021: Ramadan & Eid Display by Salma

The artist Salma with one of her displays.

March 2021: Makerspace

Works and tools from Piscataway Library's own Makerspace.

April 2020 - February 2021: Library Closed Due to COVID-19

Be safe, everyone.

January 2020 - Martin Luther King Jr.

Civil Rights activist Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. standing at pulpit delivering his sermon as a white-robed choir listens in the bkgd. at Ebenezer Baptist Church. (Photo by Donald Uhrbrock//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

December 2019 - From the Collection of Joseph Kays

Landscapes in Acrylic

September 2019 - David Heinlein: Calligraphy

David Heinlein (1947 - 2020)

July 2019 - Middlesex County Arts High & Middle School Traveling Art Exhibit

Student Work from the Arts & Education Center in Matawan

Museum Passes

Exhibit Your Work at the Library

Art Books