Posts tagged "African-American artifacts"
CHP in the Stacks: The Givens Collection

CHP in the Stacks: The Givens Collection

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in February 2016. Today’s feature is brought to us by Jay Peterson from Coffee House Press’ CHP in the Stacks, the publishing company’s creative-in-residence program. One of their most recent residencies is with the Givens Collection of African American Literature at the University of Minnesota. Part of the...
Our Favorite Things: Arts in Academic Libraries

Our Favorite Things: Arts in Academic Libraries

For various reasons, we end up sharing a lot of public library spaces and programs on the LAIP. But, we don’t want to short our academic colleagues, who are doing wonderful things to incubate the arts for their campus (and wider!) communities. With that in mind, we’ve put together a Favorite Things list of some...
Featuring: Wendel White

Featuring: Wendel White

We’re delighted to showcase work by Wendel White today on the site! Wendel reached out to share his most recent project, called Manifest,¬†about the history of African American communities, for which he has¬†been traveling to libraries and historical collections to photograph African American artifacts. Enjoy! ~Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little...