Rag Rock Gallery is a creative program of the Woburn Public Library. The library was founded in 1856, moved to its location on Pleasant Street in 1879. The first library was designed by acclaimed architect H. H. Richardson. The building is a National Historic Landmark.
Rag Rock Gallery through its blog, “Rag Rock Diaries,” represents a creative space that brings to light the treasures hidden in the vaults of the Glennon Archives at the Woburn Public Library. This digital space serves as a portal to inspire, re-imagine stories, artifacts, art and knowledge into creative formats that educate, empower and enrich life.
Woburn Public Library is known for innovation, entrepreneurship, and industry. As a leading library and archive, we celebrate and share the great strides of the past, while we capture and document seminal moments of Woburn life through art and culture.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your mission with this online Gallery?
We’re using art to create empathy, connection and inspiration.
Who is on your team?
Bonnie Roalsen, Director
Rebecca Meehan, Assistant Director
John Walsh, Assistant Director-UX
Patricia Jacques, Curator
Do you accept donations?
How can I share your online gallery?
Share freely and widely. Though we’d appreciate a nod.
Can I follow you on social media?
Yes! We may follow you back! @woburnlibrary on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Tell us about your team?
We drink too much coffee. We love stories. We never met a ledge we didn’t want to step out on.
Who can I contact regarding media inquiries?
Rebecca Meehan Rmeehan@cityofwoburn.com
45 Pleasant St.
Woburn, MA, 01801
M - Th : 9am-9pm
Sat : 9am-5:30pm
Sun : Closed