Posts tagged "Special Library"
Residencies at the g39 & Warp Library, Cardiff, Wales

Residencies at the g39 & Warp Library, Cardiff, Wales

Today we have the pleasure of hosting Cinzia Mutigli from g39, an artist-run gallery in Cardiff, Wales, to talk about the artist residency program they run through the Wales artist resource programme (or Warp), which has its own library of materials for artists, from books and periodicals to downloadable templates for creative professionals. Enjoy this...
Chicago's Read/Write Library

Chicago’s Read/Write Library

This post was originally published May 2013.  Today we are so pleased to welcome Amanda Meeks to the Library as Incubator Project. Amanda is the outreach coordinator for the Read/Write Library, located in Chicago, Illinois. A big thank you to Amanda for providing us with a fantastic overview of this community resource. Enjoy! ~ Laura by...
Exploring the Boston Athenaeum

Exploring the Boston Athenaeum

Today it’s my pleasure to present this interview with Peter Walsh from the Boston Athenaeum. He talked with us about this local institution, its collection, and how the Athenaeum actively supports the work of artists in New England. Enjoy! ~ Laura The mission of the Boston Athenæum is to serve its members, the broader community, and scholars throughout...
Coffee House Press in the Stacks

Coffee House Press in the Stacks

by Laura Damon-Moore We have a very, very cool program to highlight today that is straight from our good friends (and the publisher of our upcoming book, The Artist’s Library) at Coffee House Press. Several months ago, staff at Coffee House, in partnership with individuals and organizations in the Twin Cities, started a program called CHP...
The Library as Platypus: On the Dual Nature of the Reanimation Library

The Library as Platypus: On the Dual Nature of the Reanimation Library

by Andrew Beccone In January of this year I was invited to write a piece about the Reanimation Library for Library as Incubator. In the course of events, time got away from me and I wasn’t able to begin working on it until recently. But I encountered a problem as soon as I read the...
Featuring: Forecast Public Art & the FPA Resource Library

Featuring: Forecast Public Art & the FPA Resource Library

Today it is our pleasure to welcome Amelia Foster, Program & Administrative Associate for Forecast Public Art, a non-profit organization based in St. Paul, Minnesota. Amelia fills us in on Forecast Public Art’s activities, programs, and their fabulous resource library. Enjoy! ~ Laura Forecast Public Art is a small non-profit that strengthens the field of public...