On the Art Wall -- in the library's main floor Miron Fireside Room
Artist Cori Bartz is exhibiting her fantastic creations. Her work is a combination of the past and present, in which imagination and reality co-exist. Her artistic approach represents a place where childhood fantasies can flourish, where monsters, bugs and rabbits that talk and big-eyed girls can tell a tale.
Much of Cori’s art references a love of nature and animals. Her subject matter involves a reflection on the relationship between one's self and others and how one might exist alongside our world and its inhabitants. Her paintings integrate pieces of her past with current reflections on relationships with people, animals and our natural world.
Meet the artist - Cori will be at the library on Saturday, June 24 from 10:00am to 12:00pm by the Miron Fireside room, to share how she creates many of her pieces and visit with the public. Coffee and light refreshments will be served.
In the glass case in the Lobby
Looking for a summer travel destination? Take and keep brochures for all around Wisconsin from shelves to the left of the Reference Desk.
In the glass case in the Circulation Area
We are promoting our Summer Reading Program. Our community can Build a Better World at the Menasha Public Library - Our summer reading programs and prizes are on display. Kids, teens and adults are encouraged to sign up, read and win prizes.
In the Menasha History Case
There is also a glass case from the original Elisha D. Smith Public Library on Mill Street tucked into the corner at the start of the large print and fiction collections. The Menasha Historical Society presents artifacts from Menasha's strong history with baseball.
Would you like to show your art or display at the library? Find out more.