Posts tagged "Exhibitions"
From the Archives: "Library Science" exhibition (2011)

From the Archives: “Library Science” exhibition (2011)

The post about the Library Science exhibition at Artspace in New Haven, CT was originally posted on the Library as Incubator Project site in 2011. We think the online gallery of this show, with work inspired by libraries and librarianship, is absolutely worth another look a few years later. by Laura Damon-Moore When we read through...
Gabriel Barcia-Colombo and the “Secret Society of Forbidden Literature”

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo and the “Secret Society of Forbidden Literature”

Rebecca Rubenstein, one of our intrepid our Writers in the Field, is back with another fantastic look at what’s happening at the NYPL in terms of exhibitions and art– this time drawing attention to banned books.  Don’t forget to check out all of Rebecca’s posts for us HERE. Cheers! Erinn Gabriel Barcia-Colombo and the “Secret...
ON VIEW at the San Diego Public Library

ON VIEW at the San Diego Public Library

We’re delighted to welcome Kara West to the site today! Kara is the Arts and Culture Exhibition Manager at the San Diego Public Library.  In this new series for the Library as Incubator Project, she’ll be sharing the exciting things SDPL is doing to create a civic center for art with their new Central library and how...
Minneapolis Central Library's picture files, where past & present coexist

Minneapolis Central Library’s picture files, where past & present coexist

by Andy Sturdevant.  Originally published on August 1, 2012 in the MinnPost weekly arts column, The Stroll and re-posted on the Library as Incubator Project on August 16th, 2012. Up on the third floor of the Minneapolis Central Library, past the racks of CDs and near the drawers of sheet music, there are several rows of...
Featuring: Literary Explorations at Oak Park Public Library

Featuring: Literary Explorations at Oak Park Public Library

This summer I read the call for submissions for Oak Park Public Library’s show “Literary Explorations,” inviting community artists to submit art work based on books, and I knew that this would be worth exploring. The exhibit was up for the month of October, and the Community Relations Coordinator, Debby Preiser, shared some behind the...
Art Meets Science at Mid-Manhattan Public Library

Art Meets Science at Mid-Manhattan Public Library

Our first post about the art exhibits hosted at Mid-Manhattan branch of the New York Public Library was such a success, we thought it would be fun to turn it into a series.  Good thing our writer-in-the-field for New York was up to the task!  Rebecca Rubenstein returns to the site today to share more...
Banned Books Week at Anythink

Banned Books Week at Anythink

by Casey Lansinger It was a few weeks ago, but Anythink in Adams County, Colorado, as well as Adams County community members are still buzzing from the incredible efforts taken during Banned Books Week, namely the exhibition hosted by Anythink Wright Farms: “Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings.” Produced by...
Art in the Library: Artists and Librarians, we make a great team

Art in the Library: Artists and Librarians, we make a great team

Earlier this year, a UK researcher named Laura Doggett got in touch.  She’s not only pioneering a series of arts programs at her home library in England, she’s also writing a dissertation about the phenomenon!  She’s sharing her experience at Woodley Library on the LAIP site as she conducts more in-depth research for the next...
Art in the Library: We’re not an Art gallery, we’re a Library...and that’s a good thing

Art in the Library: We’re not an Art gallery, we’re a Library…and that’s a good thing

We were delighted when Laura Doggett got in touch recently– not only is she pioneering a series of arts programs at her home library in England, she’s also writing a dissertation about the phenomenon!  She will be sharing her experience at Woodley Library on the LAIP site as she conducts more in-depth research for the...
Art in the Library: A UK perspective

Art in the Library: A UK perspective

We were delighted when Laura Doggett got in touch recently– not only is she pioneering a series of arts programs at her home library in England, she’s also writing a dissertation about the phenomenon!  She will be sharing her experience at Woodley Library on the LAIP site as she conducts more in-depth research for the...
MAKE–METALIBRARY by Christina Mitrense

MAKE–METALIBRARY by Christina Mitrense

Today it is our pleasure to feature a new exhibition by one of our first featured artists, multidisciplinary artist Christina Mitrense. Christina explores many themes related to libraries, documentation, and information. As part of her ongoing, international exploration called Add To My Library, Christina is doing a new series of “metalibraries” – interactive and participatory...
Art at Mid-Manhattan Public Library

Art at Mid-Manhattan Public Library

by Rebecca Rubenstein Arezoo Moseni is Senior Art Librarian at the Mid-Manhattan Library, and her enthusiasm for art in the library is contagious. She curates the series of exhibitions that take place in the library, including Art in the Windows, Art in the Corner Room, and Art Wall on Third, and will launch a new series...