Exhibit Your Work at the Piscataway Public Library


The Piscataway Public Library is committed to engaging minds, building connections, and creating opportunities for individual and community-wide growth. As part of that mission, the library encourages artistic expression by providing an exhibition venue for local artists.

Artists typically display their artwork at the library for a period of one month. Artists are responsible for installing and dismantling their exhibitions, since the library staff may not be available to assist. Artists interested in displaying their work will be chosen on a first-come, first-booked basis.

The Piscataway Public Library is not responsible for any artwork that is lost, damaged or stolen while on exhibit or display. Artists must submit a signed release form before installing their exhibition. Download the form here: Exhibitor Release Form

The Piscataway Public Library reserves the right to decide what is appropriate for display in the presence of minors. The Library reserves the right to reject any part of an exhibit or to change the manner of display.

The Piscataway Public Library will not charge for the right to display artworks. Sale of any artworks shown at the library is solely between the artist and the buyer, and the library is not liable for any financial transactions. The library requests fifteen percent of any sale be donated to Friends of the Piscataway Public Library, which is a 501(c)(3).

The presentation of any artwork does not imply an endorsement of the exhibit by the Piscataway Public Library, its Trustees, or its staff.

Questions? Ready to schedule your show? Contact Joe at jpetraroli@piscatawaylibrary.org.

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