The Carnegie Center for Art and History, a branch of the Floyd County Public Library, serves as a cultural resource for the education and enjoyment of the citizens of Floyd County and the surrounding metro area. To fulfill that mission we collect, preserve, and interpret the history and heritage of Floyd County; promote an appreciation of and participation in the visual arts; and preserve the historic Carnegie Library building in which the museum is housed.
The Carnegie Center is open to the public with limited access to gallery spaces to provide safe social distancing in accordance with CDC recommendations and Floyd County Library policies. In anticipation of your visit, please be aware that masks will be required, and social distancing enforced.
2020 Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie
August 15th – October 31st
Since its founding in 2004, this exhibition has become one of the premiere exhibitions of contemporary art quilts in the nation. This year, 19 art quilts were selected from 265 quilts submitted by over 110 artists from across the United States.