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Exhibits



How to Exhibit in the Main Library

Main Library (361 Washington St., Brookline) Exhibit Areas

First floor:

  • Foundation Case — located in the west entrance foyer near School St.
  • Emery & Lobby Cases — in the main lobby across from the new nonfiction books.
  • Brookline 300th Display Case — in the Reference Room

Children's Room:

  • at the entrance
  • across from the Circulation Desk
  • all around the room.

The Gallery in Hunneman Hall — located on the second floor

The Gallery in Hunneman Hall is open up to 30 minutes before closing as long as the hall is not is use. For scheduled programs and events, click on Calendar in the upper right-hand corner of our web page at brooklinelibrary.org. If the track lights are off when you arrive, the (labelled) switches are just inside the door to your right.

Permanent Installation: Jeremy Kindall's "Storyville" at Putterham Branch Library

Jeremy Kindall's sculpture was installed at Putterham in June, 2014, in honor of former Putterham Branch Librarian Barbara Warner.

THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY A GRANT FROM THE BROOKLINE COMMISSION FOR THE ARTS, A LOCAL AGENCY WHICH IS SUPPORTED BY THE MASSACHUSETTS CULTURAL COUNCIL, A STATE AGENCY.

Anne Clark’s Textile Creations

Sep 4, 2014-Nov 3, 2014
Main Library, First Floor: Lobby and Emery Cases

Reference librarian Anne Clark’s textile creations, including knitted items, cross-stitch, punchneedle, quilting, and sewing projects, are on display in the Lobby and Emery cases.

Eduardo del Solar’s Birds of the Americas
• Viewing: Thursday, Oct. 23, 5-8:30 PM
• Reception: Saturday, Sept. 27: 2-4 PM
• Program: Live Tango Music and Dance, Thursday, Oct. 2: 5:30-8 PM

Sep 4, 2014-Nov 3, 2014
Main Library, Second Floor: The Gallery in Hunneman Hall

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The Public Library of Brookline celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Eduardo del Solar’s “Birds of the Americas,” a project he began in 2006, has taken him a number of times to the coastal and rain forest areas of his native Peru, the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Canada, Mexico, Florida, Iceland and New England. This is his largest “Birds of the Americas” exhibit to date with more than 40 prints displayed in Hunneman Hall! To learn more, go to: delsolar.org.

Jill Winitzer’s One-of-a-Kind Treasures

Sep 4, 2014-Nov 3, 2014
Main Library, First Floor: Foundation Case

In the Foundation case in the left entrance are one-of-a-kind and useful treasures handmade in Brookline by Jill Winitzer. They were created with rich, vibrant yarns, and paper. For more information go to: http://www.winitzerdesign.com