Posts tagged "Photography"
Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch: Art Research Days

Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch: Art Research Days

This article is the third in a series brought to us by Edith Abeyta, who is currently participating in a yearlong artist residency at the Hazelwood Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. by Edith Abeyta The Hazelwood Artists in Residence and the Office of Public Art with the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Hazelwood worked together...
Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch: Crossing the Tracks

Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch: Crossing the Tracks

We are very lucky to have Edith Abeyta with us this week. Edith is the Artist in Residence for the Hazelwood Branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. She shares updates about her residency with us on a quarterly basis. Enjoy! ~ Laura by Edith Abeyta, Hazelwood Artist in Residence It’s taken some time, but we are...
Trick Photography with Light Stencils: a Program Kit

Trick Photography with Light Stencils: a Program Kit

One of the things we love to do at the Library as Incubator Project is to share solid how-to’s for fun and innovative arts/maker programs. Youth librarian Michael Cherry was one of the first to contribute a kit to the website (which may be found here) and we’re totally stoked to have him and Charles...
Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch

Artist Residency at CLP Hazelwood Branch

Today we are so pleased to welcome artist Edith Abeyta to the Library as Incubator Project. Edith and her collaborator, Darnell Chambers, are just beginning a year as artists-in-residence at the Hazelwood branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Edith and Darnell will document their residency with quarterly posts for the Incubator Project. Enjoy! ~ Laura by...
SepiaTown

SepiaTown

“From here to then” reads SepiaTown’s tantalizing tagline. Powered in part by Google Maps, SepiaTown compiles historic images from both personal and institutional archive collections in one easy-to-use interface . From the about page: SepiaTown is a cultural history project whose goal is to provide both a window to the past by merging photography, geography,...
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...
Featuring: Sylvia Mioduszewska

Featuring: Sylvia Mioduszewska

Sylvia Mioduszewska’s stunning photographs of libraries she’s visited in her travels evoke the nearly spiritual thrill we feel when we walk into a space where so much knowledge is accessible– we knew we’d found a kindred spirit when we found them!  Read on to learn more about her work and the astonishing story of a 15th...
Featuring: Alise Anderson and the Green Branch Library

Featuring: Alise Anderson and the Green Branch Library

by Holly Storck-Post On her website, Alise Anderson describes herself in part as a “filmmaker, choreographer, maker.” Alise has studied modern dance and has a certificate in directing and producing from Berkeley Film Institute. She has had films in national film festivals, and won a number of awards. I’ve admired Alise’s films for years, and when...
Our Favorite Things: Archives, Archives, Archives!

Our Favorite Things: Archives, Archives, Archives!

by Laura Damon-Moore For today’s Favorite Things post, here’s a roundup of posts about archives – interesting archival collections and some artists who used archives as inspiration for their artwork. Melissa Mannon of ArchivesInfo wrote up a great piece examining the use of orphan photos to inspire the arts, in the spirit of Ransom Riggs’...
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...
Out of the Archives: Nappanee Public Library Fine Art Series

Out of the Archives: Nappanee Public Library Fine Art Series

This article first appeared on the Library as Incubator Project on March 15, 2012. We’re delighted to host this essay about Nappanee Public Library’s Fine Art Series by Jessica Flores, the multi-talented Nappanee Communications Specialist who is also a professional artist working in watercolor and mixed media.  Jessica often finds inspiration for her work at...
Featuring: Brooklyn Visual Heritage by Project CHART

Featuring: Brooklyn Visual Heritage by Project CHART

by Laura Damon-Moore Brooklyn Visual Heritage is a new online resource developed by several cultural institutions working together to provide access to the city’s cultural history. This project is the result of three years of work funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ Project CHART  and is a collaborative effort of Pratt Institute’s School of...