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Art in the Library Tours - Commemorating 10 Years

Sign up for the free, Art in the Library Tours taking place from February 2, 2018 to May 3, 2019 ~ commemorating 10 years of this unique program which celebrates and demonstrates more than 100 of the region's most beloved visual artists.

Simply email: or click on your preferred date below.

Tours take place 1st Fridays at 3pm.

Guests should allow for a one hour visit, including Q&A

Upcoming tour dates:

February 1, 2019    3-4pm

March 1, 2019    3-4pm

April 5, 2019     3-4pm

May 3, 2019    3-4pm


Unless other arrangements have been made, guests will need to purchase a parking pass. Passes are $5.  

There is generally plenty of parking at UNF on the 3rd or 4th floor of the Fine Arts Parking Garage (Building 45).  It is next to the Library and a short walk to the Library's entrance. There are elevators inside the parking garage and both the parking garage and Library are wheelchair accessible.

Upon exiting your vehicle, you will need to register your vehicle at one of the parking kiosks which are located on the first floor of parking garage 45.

You can also purchase a parking pass at either the parking building near the main UNF entrance or at UNF Drive and Alumni Way (the Kernan Road entrance).

If you have any questions or problems, please contact Jen Murray at 904-620-5533 or Susie Parks at 904-620-2553.

In Honor of 10 Years - Individual & Group Tours are Now Available Every 1st Friday!

Group Tours - Testimonials

Daniel, Inc.  

In 1884, the population of Jacksonville was just 10,000, yet even within that relatively small number; there were still a multitude of children in need of help. To that end, a group of church women launched the Orphanage and Home for the Friendless in a small, rented cottage on the corner of Liberty and Ashley Street with a fund launched to open a permanent home.  Nowadays, Daniel Memorial is no longer a home - instead it has evolved into a critical and effective outreach center helping nearly 2,000 local abused, abandoned and neglected children, as well as at-risk families everyday through programs and financial assistance.

During school holidays the volunteers from Daniel bring students to the Thomas G. Carpenter Library for our Art in the Library Tour. The leadership at Daniel finds this tour, "helps expand the vision of young people by opening their eyes to the arts rich culture of our community and also reminding students to never to limit themselves -- and to proudly embrace bravely beating to their own drum."


OLLI - Osher Lifelong Learning Institute  

Led by Georgia Pribanic, OLLI enjoyed their group tour during Summer intercession. 

"I just finished an OLLI evaluation form and sang the praises of the work that Dr. Curry and the library employees have accomplished with Art in the Library and the accompanying tour. I will also convey that to Dr. Curry directly as well. The students at UNF are indeed fortunate to be the beneficiaries of such a rich and varied environment that nurtures their intellectual growth within the confines of such a welcoming, diverse, and supportive library facility. Like Dr. Curry, I believe that community support is crucial for helping to provide resources so that the library can continue and even expand its outstanding service. This is even more important now with the state reducing educational budgets. Again, thank you for your welcoming attitude and informative tour. Can you tell that I loved it? I hope so!!

Continued success,

Georgia Pribanic, OLLI Host, Art in the Library tour"