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Tempe Community Galleries


Exhibition schedules are subject to change

Showing in the Community Galleries


Gallery at TCA
Page to Screen
Feb. 13-June 6

About the exhibition

U.S. Post Office
April 3-Aug. 12
About the exhibition

Tempe Youth Library 
Prehistoric Pals
May 22-Sept. 16
About the exhibition

Connections Cafe
Eyes of the Beholder
Apr. 10-Aug. 5
About the exhibition





Gallery exhibitions are supported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.

About the Community Galleries

Tempe Public Library
3500 S. Rural Road
Galleries at the Tempe Public Library, provide art encounters that broaden the mind, relate to multiple age groups and create interest in a variety of fields and subjects. Exhibitions are meant to inspire thought, enjoyment and discussion. Past exhibitions

Youth Library, Connections Café
9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday-Wednesday
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Saturday 
Noon to 5 p.m., Sunday 
(Closed on city-observed holidays)

United States Post Office windows
500 S. Mill Ave. (5th Street and Mill Avenue)
This space, located in the heart of downtown Tempe, highlights local artists working in a variety of media and themes. Special emphasis is placed on work that is fun, eye catching and unusual. Artwork appears in the windows on the north and east side of the building. Past exhibitions

Visible from the street 24-hours-a-day; 7-days-a-week


The city of Tempe has supported several exhibitions in other facilities and locations. Information

 What artists saying about Tempe Community Galleries



Christy Puetz

"[The Community Galleries offer] one of the best opportunities to show locally. People from all over the Valley and out of state saw my artwork [who] normally would not have."


Jeff Falk

“Tempe Cultural Services knows and understands the importance of Arizona based artists showing their art here in the state. Not just because is it home, but because the visitors who frequent the state take their cultural stories home. The word gets out that Arizona is a contemporary cultural dynamo.”


Joe Willie Smith

“My exhibition experiences [in Tempe] over the years have always been very positive. The public response to my work exhibited at the various Tempe spaces has been wonderful. The media coverage that I've received has been very beneficial. Thank you!”


Monica Aissa Martinez

"A library is not a traditional art environment. Consequently, the exhibition introduced my work to a different audience - maybe a broader audience. Libraries are educational facilities and are most known for the general public that frequents them - a good combination… . I also enjoyed receiving personal emails from a few guests that liked the work.” 


Troy Moody

“I find the entire team is consistently professional and fantastic to work with. I would sincerely encourage artists from any stage in their career, working in any media to consider these unique galleries.”

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