The Burnett Gallery, located on the second floor of the Jones Library, has monthly exhibits displaying the work of local artists. The purpose of the Burnett Gallery is to provide a place where community artists and crafts people can show their work, particularly those without the reputation or resources which would enable them to exhibit at museums or commercial galleries. Collectively, the library's exhibits aim to reflect a variety of media, styles, cultural viewpoints, and levels of artistic experience.
UPDATE: The Jones Library is slated to close in the spring of 2024 for expansion and renovation. In-person Burnett Art Gallery exhibits conclude with the January 2024 show. Monthly virtual exhibits on the Jones Library website will resume June 2024 and continue until the Library reopens and in-person art exhibitions fill the walls of a brand-new, well-lit, and more accessible Burnett Gallery.
In the meantime, please view our Virtual Exhibit Archive (linked below) which includes monthly exhibits from January 2021 – May 2023.