Meeting Room Gallery
Featured Artists: Participants in the Seventh Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide PhotoWalk On a Saturday morning in October, despite weather forecasts of heavy rains, twenty one photographers met at the Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum to begin a two-hour photowalk in that historic city. That day, around the world, there were over 1,000 similar groups of photographers – some 21,144 people – participating in the seventh annual Scott Kelby Worldwide PhotoWalk.
Local residents participating in the Fayetteville PhotoWalk were Ed Batsel, Steve Blanks, Rick Borchert, Connie Cole, Alexis Eckard hosting a high school exchange student from Thailiand, Theerat Tassanai, M.Blanca Eyre, Kevin Graham, Sue Henry, Jeff Hill, Joey Hinton, Thomas Keller, Roo Kline, Charlie Landrum, John Roeder, Verna Turner, and Al Wood. The winner, competing now in the 2014 world-wide competition, is Brentwood Photography Group member Rick Borchert for his photograph of reflections in the window of a Fayetteville main street store. The title of the winning image is "Empty Table, Empty Street." Borchert’s photo will be displayed at the Williamson County Public Library throughout December, along with his court of honor – fourteen photographs by others on the Fayetteville walk selected by the judge for this distinction.
Local artists in all media are invited to exhibit their work in the Meeting Room Gallery. These exhibits change monthly. For information about exhibiting works, artists should call (615)595-1250.
Grid Row Exhibit
Artwork by: Local participants in the Seventh Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide PhotoWalk Throughout December, photography by local participants of the Seventh Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk will be featured. This exhibit is sponsored by the Arts Council of Williamson County.
View their work in the New Book Rotunda on the first floor of the Main Library.
Writers' Critique Group
The Writers' Critique Group is held at the Main Library on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10:30 am until noon to provide adult authors with serious, courteous critique of their work. The Critique Group will meet on Saturday, December 6th & 20th at 10:30 am. These meetings are not held in the Meeting Room. Ask at the Circulation Desk for location.