Richland Library is seeking submissions for an outdoor art exhibition this spring.
The pop-up art shows in April, May and June aim to connect the community with local working artists and to provide creative and educational opportunities. The library is looking for work that speaks to the area’s roots, culture and citizenry, according to a news release.
The series will kick off at the library’s main branch at 1431 Assembly St. on April 16. On May 5, it will be featured at the Sandhills Branch at 763 Fashion Drive before returning to the main branch on June 18.
Applications may be submitted online. The deadline to apply is April 1.