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November 12, 2021

Exhibits on View at HPL

Through partnerships, generous donations and grants, the Houston Public Library is proud to offer free exhibits on a range of topics to the Houston community. Major exhibitions can be viewed at the Julia Ideson Building and at the African American Library at the Gregory School. Community showcases are on display at Central Library and neighborhood libraries throughout the city.

African American Artists in TexasAFRICAN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN TEXAS
SELECTIONS FROM THE JOHN L. NAU III COLLECTION OF TEXAS ART
On view now - March 12, 2022
The African American Library at the Gregory School

Spanning over six decades of cultural production, this exhibition presents paintings, drawings and prints of works by African Americans in Texas with a combination of portraiture, landscape and abstraction on display. READ MORE!

Plan your visit to VIEW THIS EXHIBIT!

This exhibition is generously supported by the City of Houston, the Houston Public Library, The African American Library at the Gregory School, The John L. Nau III Collection of Texas Art and the Houston Public Library Foundation.

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Houston Photographic SocietyHouston Photographic Society: Images
On view now - January 6, 2022
Central Library | 1st Floor Art Gallery

The photographs in this exhibition were created by members of the Houston Photographic Society. These images include a wide range of subjects and represent the work of novices as well as professional photographers with years of experience. READ MORE!

Plan your visit to VIEW THIS EXHIBIT!

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Your Body, Your AirYOUR BODY YOUR AIR
On view now - February 2022

Breathe in. Breathe out. We take an average of 23,000 breaths a day to get the oxygen that our bodies need to function. But what else is in the air that we breathe? Find out by viewing this exhibit.

The Health Museum’s new traveling exhibit was created in partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund, and can be seen at various Houston Public Library locations through the year. Check out exhibit locations HERE!

Your Body Your Air is supported by the Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.