Working with the City of Liberty, William Jewell College and Mid-Continent Public Library, the Liberty Arts Commission has developed four gallery spaces in Liberty that offer exhibits throughout the year. You don't just have to be paying your water bill, getting in your workout or checking out a new book to enjoy the art on display! Stop by any of these locations to take in the latest exhibits.
- Art Gallery at the Liberty Community Center (1600 S. Withers Rd.)
- Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall (101 E. Kansas St.)
- Mid-Continent Library - Withers Branch (1665 S. Withers Rd.)
- Ruth E. Stocksdale Gallery of Art at William Jewell College (Brown Hall 2nd Floor, 252 William Jewell College Way, Liberty, MO )
Art Gallery at the Liberty Community Center
The art work of Herb Partain is now on display throughout the Liberty Community Center lobby for public viewing.
About the artist:
Herb Partain has lived in the Liberty area since 1983 when he moved from Oklahoma at the age of 13. His canvases and prints are stories and memories from his life.
Mid-Continent Public Library - Withers Branch
The artwork of Nano Nore is now on display throughout the Mid-Continent Public Library Community Room for public viewing.
About the artist:
Nano Nore began this exhibition of Rush Creek and Environs the fall of 1988 when she began teaching at William Jewell College. Over the last 35 years Nore has exclusively documented the Richfield Road bridge and the Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Sanctuary. Nore would work with on the spot sketches and photographs in all season.
Ruth E. Stocksdale Gallery of Art at William Jewell College
The Ruth E. Stocksdale Gallery of Art is currently closed, but plans to open with a new exhibit this Fall.
Atrium Gallery at Liberty City Hall
The atrium at Liberty City Hall will be undergoing renovation starting April 2023. This gallery will be closed until the construction is complete.