The Prescott Valley Public Art Display is a rotating showcase of art by both professional and amateur local artists. This show is located on the first and second floor walls at the Prescott Valley Public Library, and it is free for the public to view during regular library hours. (Library hours: Sunday 11am-3pm; Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm; Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 9am-3pm)
January 9- February 28 - Photography Showcase with local adventure photographer, Laura Molinaro
March-April 2023 - Youth Art Showcase
May-June 2023 - Photography Showcase
June 2023 - Summer Showcase
July 2023 - World Watercolor Month Exhibit
How to Participate
The Prescott Valley Public Art Display highlights original and fanart created by local adult and young artists through themed art shows scheduled throughout the year. Professional or amateur artists in Yavapai County who are interested in this program are encouraged to apply to be an exhibiting artist. For more information, please contact the Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Coordinator at email@example.com or call 928-759-3127.
Artists under 18 can participate in the Public Art Display too with the TEEN ARTIST SHOWCASE or the JR ARTIST SHOWCASE! Young Artists can drop off their artwork in the Teen or Children's Department at the Prescott Valley Public Library or email images of their artwork to Youngadult@prescottvalley-az.gov. The artwork can be for sale or just for show. If it is for sale, the young artists get 100% of their asking price. Once you submit your art and registration form, your art will go in to the next open Teen Artist Showcase or Jr Artist Showcase. For more information please contact the Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 928-759-3127.