Arts and Education


Hubbard Gallery
The Anna and Harlan Hubbard Gallery and the Mary and Joe McKown Gallery are located on the second floor of the library. These galleries are used for exhibits and the Friends Art Show. Viewing hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and by request during evening and weekend hours.


Explore the Anna & Harlan Hubbard Gallery

November 2017 – Friends of the Frankfort Library Fine Art Exhibition & Sale, 11/10-11/12

December 2017 – Ability Services Exhibit

January 2018 – Frankfort Photography Club Group Exhibit

February 2018 – Art from the Frankfort Library’s Permanent Collection

March 2018 – Christina Hollering Solo Exhibit, cut paper, linocuts, mixed media

April 2018 – Psi Iota Xi Student Art Show

May 2018 – Annual Meeting Exhibit (TBA)

June 2018 Annual Meeting Exhibit (TBA) and Youth Theatre Exhibit

Friends Art Show


Each year, the Friends of the Frankfort Library hold a juried art exhibition for local and national artists. The show is held Friday – Sunday during a weekend in November. Artists bring their work to display and sell. If you are interested in submitting work for consideration, please contact Marketing and Art Coordinator, Susie Blackmore at or 765-654-8746 x 141 Learn more


Featured Piece


Apple Tree
April Apple by Mark Burkett
This print was made using a woodcut block. The library purchased this piece during the 2013 Friends Art Show.

Art Enrichment

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Opportunities for exploring and cultivating the creative mind is central to the library’s strategic plan. Through classes, exhibits, and theatre productions, we encourage all ages to explore and discover a passion for art. Art education classes are made available to children and adults. Children’s Art Enrichment classes are held the second Saturday of every month. All children’s classes are free. Adult classes are held at least once a month. There is an Open Art Studio held every other month from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. The Quilters Guild meets every Monday at 9 a.m.

Art enrichment classes are partly funded through an Indiana Arts Commission operating support grant administered by the Tippecanoe Arts Federation.