Permanent Art Collection

The District’s permanent art collection was started in 1974 with donations from local artists and library customers. Since that time, the collection has grown to over 400 works of art and become one of the most comprehensive collections of local art held by a public agency in Southern Nevada.

Representing both emerging and established local artists as well as internationally renowned artists, the pieces focus on a variety of techniques, show a range of mediums, and represent subject matter associated with the rich cultural backgrounds specific to the community served by the LVCCLD. The collection is proudly displayed throughout the District’s Branches.

Beginning May 2021, the District's permanent art collection will go on tour traveling to all of the Library District galleries, showcasing work that has rarely been accessed by the public. The tour will run through June 2024. The exact dates after December 2021 will be determined.

Mesquite Library Artspace
May 2 – June 20, 2021

Centennial Hills Library Gallery
June 22 – August 17, 2021

Laughlin Library Gallery
August 22 – November 6, 2021

West Charleston Library Gallery
November 29, 2021 – February 6, 2022

Whitney Library Gallery
February – May 2022

Summerlin Library Gallery
May – August 2022

Clark County Library Gallery
August – November 2022

Sahara West Library Gallery
December 2022 – March 2023

East Las Vegas Library Gallery
March – June 2023

Spring Valley Library Gallery
June – September 2023

Enterprise Library Gallery
September – December 2023

West Las Vegas Library Gallery
December 2023 – March 2024

Windmill Library Gallery
March – June 2024

Artwork Donations
For information about donating to the LVCCLD’s permanent art collection, please contact the Gallery Services Coordinator, Darren Johnson, at

See more from the Las Vegas-Clark County Library's permanent art collection below: 


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