Posts tagged "Drawing"
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: Daniel Rotsztain, the Urban Geographer

Featuring: Daniel Rotsztain, the Urban Geographer

Today we’re so excited to share this interview with Daniel Rotsztain, also known as the Urban Geographer, who embarked on the marvelous project to draw each branch of Toronto, CA’s library system. Check out this project at allthelibraries.ca and read on to learn more about Daniel’s work and his love of libraries. Library as Incubator Project...
Featuring: Lisa Congdon

Featuring: Lisa Congdon

This feature was originally posted on January 31, 2013. Here at the Incubator, we’re big fans of illustration; to us, pictures are the most important part of every story, and we love tracking down the artist behind our favorites. I fell in love with Lisa Congdon’s work recently, and was delighted to learn more about...
The Sketchbook Project at Brooklyn Art Library

The Sketchbook Project at Brooklyn Art Library

This post was originally published on November 30th, 2012. We’re delighted to have Rebecca Rubenstein on board as a Feature Writer at large for the Library as Incubator Project, especially because she is both a librarian and a visual artist!  She lives and works in New York City, and we’re very happy to have her...
Spark: Little Free Library #4

Spark: Little Free Library #4

Spark: Little Free Library is a post series that’s all about making art, making stories, even making performances based on Little Libraries. Some of our exercises and ideas are related to the stuff that’s in the Little Libraries. Others are tied to the libraries themselves. But either way, we hope you’ll find a Little Library close to you (or far!)...
Student Art Shows at Penfield Library

Student Art Shows at Penfield Library

Art Librarian Tina Chan of the State University of New York at Oswego reached out recently to share her library’s exciting collaboration with the art department to show student work on a regular basis, and we’re delighted to share the partnership here on the LAIP!  Enjoy– Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a...
Spark: Little Free Library #3

Spark: Little Free Library #3

Spark: Little Free Library is a post series that’s all about making art, making stories, even making performances based on Little Libraries. Some of our exercises and ideas are related to the stuff that’s in the Little Libraries. Others are tied to the libraries themselves. But either way, we hope you’ll find a Little Library close to you (or far!)...
Incubating Art at Ferndale Public Library

Incubating Art at Ferndale Public Library

Today’s feature comes from the public library in Ferndale, Michigan. Circulation Specialist and artist Lindsey Harnish discusses the variety of arts-incubating programs and projects that the library, in partnership with local artists, facilitates for the Ferndale community. The programs highlighted today are fairly easy to replicate and the ideas are infinitely scalable, which is always...
Introducing the S.T.E.A.M.punks Club

Introducing the S.T.E.A.M.punks Club

by Laura Damon-Moore If you’re like the team at the Library as Incubator Project, you’re all about working a little A into STEM activities – A for Arts to make STEAM! Some of our favorite library and education movers and shakers have embraced the STEM to STEAM movement, and we’re happy to go along for...
Back to Basics: Tracing and Coloring for all ages

Back to Basics: Tracing and Coloring for all ages

by Laura Damon-Moore Today, permit me a moment to grandstand about one of my favorite “incubating” programs that most libraries already offer (for the younger set, anyway) and all libraries can offer. Tracing. And coloring. I turned to these children’s room mainstays for several programs last year, that ended up appealing to kids, teens, and adults alike. Here I’ve...
Featuring: Maps by Sam Storck-Post

Featuring: Maps by Sam Storck-Post

My younger brother has always been almost as much of a reader as me, and years ago he started drawing literary inspired maps. He has drawn a lot of inspiration from our favorite fantasy books, and I recently sat down to ask him to share a bit more about his art. -Holly   Library as...
Out of the Archives: The Big Draw Chicago

Out of the Archives: The Big Draw Chicago

This post originally appeared on the Library as Incubator Project in October 2012. The Big Draw-Chicago returns in 2013 with more great informal art-making programs. Check out the full schedule for 2013’s The Big Draw-Chicago. Here at the Library as Incubator Project, we sure love community programs that tap into national – or even international...