The Library Gallery

The Library Gallery offers the community the opportunity to display works of art or personal collections of interest. Exhibit space includes secure upright or flat display cases in the foyer, and open wall space.


  • To serve our community educationally and aesthetically, by exhibiting and fostering the arts in the community.
  • To provide exhibition space to promising emerging artists.
  • To highlight local artists in the community.
  • To provide a venue for established artists who wish to enrich the community by display in a local space.
  • To enable the public library to enrich the cultural life of Metuchen.


Please fill out an Exhibit Application Form and email it to The Library Gallery Co-Directors to schedule your exhibit for either two (2) or four (4) weeks at a time.


Margaret Cohen




'The Windows of Understanding Project'

The Library is proud to be part of this joint project of the New Brunswick Community Arts Council, Mason Gross School of the Arts, the Highland Park Arts Council, the Metuchen Arts Council and the Metuchen Human Relations Commission. The initiative unites local artists, organizations, and businesses to promote compassion and awareness around social justice issues impacting local communities. The works will be on display at venues throughout New Brunswick, Highland Park, and Metuchen from January 18- February 28, 2021. You can view the library's virtual display here.

The Library reserves the right to record or photograph library users for publicity purposes, unless an individual files a Photo Opt Out Release Form. Please view the Photo Opt Out Policy.

If you have any questions, you can call the Metuchen Public Library at 732-632-8526 or email at