Posts tagged "Book Arts"
Fenwick Gallery at George Mason University

Fenwick Gallery at George Mason University

Today, we welcome Jenna Rinalducci to the site to learn more about the Fenwick Gallery at George Mason University–a project that began as a simple fix to cover noise from a construction project and then grew!  ~Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little bit about how your library gallery got started.  What was...
Hatchery Highlights: Pop-Up Again

Hatchery Highlights: Pop-Up Again

The Glasgow School of Art Library has a wonderful website, called The Hatchery, where staff document the artists and artworks that have been inspired by physical and digital library resources. Once a month we’ll repost a Hatchery Highlight from the GSA website. Special thanks to Duncan Chappell at the GSA Library for working with us on...
Featuring: Alice Walsh and Ex Libris: Found Art From a Public Library

Featuring: Alice Walsh and Ex Libris: Found Art From a Public Library

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in November, 2013.  We’re delighted to welcome mixed-media artist Alice Walsh to the site today– when she began to study art, her home library supported her study, and then hooked her up with materials when she began using catalog cards in her work. Read on to learn more...
“The Book Undone: Thirty Years of Granary Books” in the Rare Books & Manuscript Library, Columbia University

“The Book Undone: Thirty Years of Granary Books” in the Rare Books & Manuscript Library, Columbia University

Today, Rebecca Rubenstein interviews the co-curators behind of a new exhibition at Columbia University Rare Books and Manuscript Library.  Don’t miss Rebecca’s other posts on library-as-incubator happenings in the NYC area! ~Erinn by Rebecca Rubenstein “The Book Undone: Thirty Years of Granary Books” exhibition celebrates thirty years of creativity and innovation in book publishing. Steve Clay and the artists and writers who work with him...
Hatchery Highlights: Lanark Sculpture

Hatchery Highlights: Lanark Sculpture

The Glasgow School of Art Library has a wonderful website, called The Hatchery, where staff document the artists and artworks that have been inspired by physical and digital library resources. Once a month we’ll repost a Hatchery Highlight from the GSA website. Special thanks to Duncan Chappell at the GSA Library for working with us on...
Featuring: Tom Bevan

Featuring: Tom Bevan

This post was originally published on August 2, 2013. We’re excited to share the work of Tom Bevan on the site today– a new addition to our growing catalog of library workers who double as artists, and who use the library as direct inspiration to their work.  Tom’s most recent piece scrutinizes the digital shift...
The Floating Library in Minnesota

The Floating Library in Minnesota

Your very-cool-thing for today is the Floating Library Project, a floating public art project that makes artists’ books and other art works available to the public–via boat, canoe, inner tubes, and other waterborne devices. A fabulous, summery exploration of art and literature. ~Laura From their website:  The Floating Library is an experimental public art project...
Hatchery Highlights: Micropages by Abigail Thomas

Hatchery Highlights: Micropages by Abigail Thomas

We’re really excited to start a new series in partnership with the Glasgow School of Art Library in Glasgow, Scotland. The GSA Library has a wonderful website, called The Hatchery, where staff document the artists and artworks that have been inspired by physical and digital library resources. Once a month we’ll share a Hatchery Highlight...
Mel Kolstad's "Homage to Libraries" Project

Mel Kolstad’s “Homage to Libraries” Project

Today we welcome back a dear friend of the Library as Incubator Project, multimedia and collage artist (and library gallery curator) Melissa Kolstad! Today Mel tells us about a project-based class she led recently that’s all about personal connection to libraries – and includes the how-to in case you’re game to try this out yourself....
The library-museum connection: Glass books and books about glass

The library-museum connection: Glass books and books about glass

We’re excited to welcome Rebecca Hopman to the site today for her first post in a new series on the incredible #libasincubator work at the Rakow Research Library at the Corning Museum of Glass.  The CMOG is a special place where librarians, curators, artists, and educators all work together to share the history and craft...
Featuring: Isobelle Ouzman

Featuring: Isobelle Ouzman

You may have noticed Isobelle Ouzman’s work popping up on the internet recently. Her lush altered books re-imagine fairy tale narratives in the pages of discarded books with layers of drawings and cut paper. It’s right up our alley, and we’re delighted to share her work!  Enjoy– Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little bit about...
Featuring: Kate Morrell

Featuring: Kate Morrell

This post was originally published on March 18. 2013.  Today we’re very pleased to welcome Kate Morrell to the site. Kate is a London-based book artist whose work frequently makes use of withdrawn or “overlooked” materials in libraries and archives. The work she shares with us today is a commissioned piece titled Alpine Spoilers, a project...