Posts tagged "Pinterest board"
Pages to Projects: Winter Fun

Pages to Projects: Winter Fun

Our good friend Rebecca Dunn is back on the Library as Incubator Project blog with another great post in her popular Pages to Projects series! She shares how to incorporate elements of art education and appreciation into storytime; if you’ve been inspired by Rebecca’s projects or have used her storytime plans at your library, share your experience in the...
New on Pinterest: Books for Quilters

New on Pinterest: Books for Quilters

This past fall, we put a call out for library-incubated quilters, and it proved one of the most successful calls we’ve ever done! We heard from tons of librarians who are quilters, and from libraries around the country that host quilting groups, show quilts in gallery spaces, and hold charity quilt auctions to support their...
Pages to Projects: Introducing Fine Art Through Story

Pages to Projects: Introducing Fine Art Through Story

We’re delighted to welcome Rebecca Dunn back to the Library as Incubator Project blog for the third installment of the Pages to Projects series in which she shares how to incorporate elements of art education and appreciation into that most time-honored library tradition– Storytime!  ~Erinn Pages to Projects: Introducing Fine Art Through Story By Rebecca Dunn A picture...
Pages to Projects:  Taking Art for a Spin

Pages to Projects: Taking Art for a Spin

We’re delighted to welcome Rebecca Z. Dunn back to the Library as Incubator Project blog for the second installment of the Pages to Projects series in which she shares how to incorporate elements of art education and appreciation into that most time-honored library tradition– Storytime!  We featured Rebecca’s PoeTree Installation for National Poetry Month, and we’re excited to share...
NaNoWriMo: Using Pinterest to manage your "stuff"

NaNoWriMo: Using Pinterest to manage your “stuff”

by Laura Damon-Moore Join the Library as Incubator Project as we help you hack National Novel Writing Month! Even if you’re not joining the ranks of the Wrimos this November, we hope our series on writing and libraries will help inspire you – or at least help you get organized. You’re getting your creative inspiration...
Pages to Projects: Outside the Box

Pages to Projects: Outside the Box

We’re delighted to welcome Rebecca Z. Dunn back to the Library as Incubator Project blog for a guest series about how to incorporate elements of art education and appreciation into that most time-honored library tradition– Storytime!  We featured Rebecca’s PoeTree Installation for National Poetry Month, and we’re excited to share more of her fun and...
Linkubator Sunday Roundup | Week of August 27 - September 2

Linkubator Sunday Roundup | Week of August 27 – September 2

This week on the site: Another update from this library makerspace project– includes a video of the makerspace build! Westport Library Makerspace: Power tool practice Learn how this resource library helps to support and increase awareness for public art: Featuring: Forecast Public Art & the FPA Resource Library Sniff!  We’ll miss Brandon Monokian’s guest blogs on the...
Linkubator Sunday Round-up | Week of August 13-19

Linkubator Sunday Round-up | Week of August 13-19

Happy Sunday, readers! It was another lively week at the Library as Incubator Project, with lots of site updates and great conversations on Twitter and Facebook. In case you missed some of the new stories on the site, here’s a quick list to get you caught up: Pop-Up programming…in the library | Using the example...
Linkubator Sunday Round-up | Week of August 6-12

Linkubator Sunday Round-up | Week of August 6-12

Welcome to our first Linkubator Sunday Round-up! Check out the best #libraryasincubator ideas, links, and conversations from the Library as Incubator Project website and social media suite.  Enjoy! ~Erinn This week on the website: Page to Stage: “The Arabian Nights” | Guest blogger Brandon Monokian is back with more on the Page to Stage program at...
New on Pinterest: Artist Aeryk Williams' Top Books

New on Pinterest: Artist Aeryk Williams’ Top Books

Ever wish you could pick an artist’s brain to find out what he or she is reading? Whether you’re a librarian looking for collection development or display ideas to help grow and market your library’s collection, or an artist searching for new inspiration, our collection of Pinterest boards is a great place to start.  Our...
Embroider the Day: April

Embroider the Day: April

Our guest blogger and fiber artist extraordinaire, Sarah Hemm, returns to the Library as Incubator Project Blog with an update on her year-long Embroider the Day challenge!  Read on to find out what’s been happening in her studio through April: This month I discovered the book Paul Klee: Painting Music, which struck a chord with...
New on Pinterest: Our Favorite Poetry Books

New on Pinterest: Our Favorite Poetry Books

In honor of National Poetry Month (yes, we’re STILL celebrating!), we’ve put together a Pinterest board full of our favorite poetry books.  From childhood favorites to books we’ve come back to again and again as adults, these are the poetry books that mean the most to us.  We hope you’ll enjoy checking them out! While...