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Friday Linkubator Roundup | Jan 25-29

Friday Linkubator Roundup | Jan 25-29

Things have been a little hectic around here recently, so let’s do some catching up, shall we? On the site: Rebecca Hopman from the Corning Museum of Glass clued us in to a very special “hidden” collection at the museum’s Rakow Research Library: the Whitefriars stained glass cartoon collection. We scored an interview with librarian+illustrator...
Linkubator Roundup - Thanksgiving Edition!

Linkubator Roundup – Thanksgiving Edition!

Hello fellow incubators! Here in the U.S., we’re in the midst of a family and food-induced stupor, so for those who are looking for a little distraction, here’s an extra-lengthy links roundup just for you. New features: Explore some of the colorful and exciting pop-up material from the Hatchery of the Glasgow School of Art Library....
Friday Linkubator Roundup | November 6 – November 12

Friday Linkubator Roundup | November 6 – November 12

First of all, how’s your novel going? The month is nearly half over! This is not exactly my favorite time of year–but it definitely has its charms. I love a good cup of hot chocolate. Soon the feasting, gift-giving, and convivial times (even at work!) will be upon us. Meanwhile, try the links.   New...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | October 30 - November 5

Friday Linkubator Roundup | October 30 – November 5

I see you, late fall. Happy #NaNoWriMo, everybody. It may be a little too early to start thinking about the holidays. But it’s always the right time to think about links. New features: ARTCACHE interactive exhibit is at Columbia College Library in Chicago through November 15. Book to Boogie: This mama hen is trying to...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | October 23 - 29

Friday Linkubator Roundup | October 23 – 29

The weather is windy and chilly. The end of Daylight Savings Time looms. So, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a book and cider or hot chocolate, or to knit a scarf in the makerspace. Are you ready to bookmark? We’ve got some great links. New features: Ballet and books seem like a...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 28 - September 3

Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 28 – September 3

So… how’s it going? Most of us have returned once again to the school year, the heat is saying its last hurrah in the US, and our attention sometimes strays elsewhere. Hopefully these great links will provide the best kind of distraction for you! New features: Any book involving monkeys in story time is a guaranteed winner, including...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 21 - 27

Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 21 – 27

Only the briefest preamble today, as things are Crazy (with a capital C) in Incubator Land. Enjoy the best of the best from this last week on the interwebs! As always, tweet us with your favorite things @IArtLibraries! New features: What’s new from The Hatchery? Using the library as a backdrop for tableaux vivants, that’s...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 14 - 20

Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 14 – 20

Hidee ho, good internet neighbor! The seasons are starting to turn away from summer bliss towards the school year. But reading and creativity are in the air, and lots of people are breathing it in deeply. Enjoy the best links this week had to offer!   New features: San Diego Public Library teamed up with...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 7 - 13

Friday Linkubator Roundup | August 7 – 13

Hello art & library lovers! It’s been an amazing week, full of surprises and delights, both online and off. We’re excited to share our favorite things with you, and we hope you do the same! Let us know what’s making you happy. New features: How can a successful teen makerspace be made to work for adults...
Featuring: The Reading Nest by Mark Reigelman

Featuring: The Reading Nest by Mark Reigelman

This post was originally published on August 7, 2013. As someone who loves both reading and climbing trees, I was thrilled to come across The Reading Nest by Mark Reigelman, an installation piece at the Cleveland Public Library which was inspired by mythical objects and symbols of knowledge. Today, Mark shares his inspiration and process. -Holly Library...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | July 24 - August 6

Friday Linkubator Roundup | July 24 – August 6

This is a special TWO WEEK edition of the Linkubator Roundup… only because I was away from my computer last week. But still! It’s special, I tell you! New features: This isn’t just a feature on a public art piece, it’s also a tutorial! Artist Elaine Luther shows us what she did at the Forest...
Friday Linkubator Roundup | July 17 - 23

Friday Linkubator Roundup | July 17 – 23

So how’s everybody doing out there? It’s hotter’n’heck where I’m sitting, but at least there are books and the ever-interesting interwebs. And things were certainly hopping out there! Enjoy this week’s best links and frivolities. New features: Madison Public Library, one of our strongest library connections, was the center of a public art controversy, and we...