The Roberts Library engages visitors in an evocative setting of Arkansas arts and culture. From the architectural design of the building, to Count Pulaski Way, to the art galleries, and to the image panels throughout the building, the Roberts Library represents an artistic starting point to Arkansas studies.
The Galleries at Library Square are open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free of charge.
On exhibit in the Underground, Loft, West, and Concordia Hall galleries of the Roberts Library are works from exhibits on tour that showcase the history and heritage of Arkansas and works from the CALS permanent collections. The art galleries display a vast array of media such as paintings, photographs, sculpture, pottery, and etchings. CALS currently owns nearly 1,000 pieces of art.
The retail gallery features works by more than 50 Arkansas artists, ranging from woodwork and jewelry to pottery and paintings. The items available in the gallery are produced exclusively by Arkansas artists.
Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art | 401 President Clinton Avenue | Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 | (501) 320-5700
Housing the holdings of the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture & the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies