Posts tagged "Visual Arts"
Featuring: The Public Collection & Katie Hudnall

Featuring: The Public Collection & Katie Hudnall

Today we have the pleasure of speaking with artist and educator Katie Hudnall, whose work caught my eye when I was exploring the designs that make up the Public Collection, a series of public art pieces (think large-scale Little Free Libraries) in Indianapolis. We spoke with Katie about her work and her relationship to libraries....
The Upper Worlds by Sue Willis at Mid-Manhattan Library

The Upper Worlds by Sue Willis at Mid-Manhattan Library

Today’s feature comes to us from visual artist Sue Willis, whose work titled The Upper Worlds is installed in The Corner Room at the NYPL’s Mid-Manhattan Library. Thanks to Curator and Art Librarian Arezoo Moseni for her help in assembling this feature! ~Laura by Sue Willis Located in The Corner Room, my exhibit is an expression...
Featuring: Independent bookbinder, Yohana Doudoux

Featuring: Independent bookbinder, Yohana Doudoux

Handbound books are artworks, and we love learning from bookbinders how they interpret the contents of a book in the cover.  Yohana Doudoux’ approach is nuanced and lovely– and her vision for an ideal library is a treat!  Enjoy. ~Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little bit about yourself and your work....
700s Arts Festival at RMIT University Library

700s Arts Festival at RMIT University Library

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in October 2015. RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia gets serious bonus points from the LAIP on the name of their fabulous arts festival, which is deliciously library-nerdy: the 700s Arts Festival! This late night kickoff event and ongoing celebration of the arts in the library is an inspiration...
Featuring: Ellen Ziegler

Featuring: Ellen Ziegler

Ellen Ziegler’s extraordinary book art was what made us reach out, but her wonderful collaborative projects truly embody the library-as-incubator philosophy. Enjoy! ~Erinn Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little bit about yourself and your work. Ellen Ziegler (EZ): I went to Antioch College; some of my professors there were students at Black Mountain College with...
The Tiny Book Show on Summer Tour

The Tiny Book Show on Summer Tour

by Laura Damon-Moore A couple of years ago, I wrote about Maya Stein and Amy Tingle, a creative duo who founded the Creativity Caravan (formerly known as Food for the Soul Train), with a mission to “build community through creative action, and to deliver creative experiences to people everywhere.” In the summer of 2014, Amy...
Featuring: Chris Perry

Featuring: Chris Perry

Chris Perry’s extraordinary book art was what made us reach out, but his nuanced articulation of how he interacts with books–and his marvelous concept for an experiential library of artistic techniques– is equally fascinating.  Enjoy! ~Erinn Library as incubator Project (LAIP): Tell us a little bit about yourself and your work. Chris Perry (CP): I...
Wild Stainless by Winona Barton-Ballentine at Mid-Manhattan Library

Wild Stainless by Winona Barton-Ballentine at Mid-Manhattan Library

Today’s feature is another wonderful site-specific exhibition that was on at the Mid-Manhattan Library in NYC recently. Curator and Art Librarian Arezoo Moseni introduces us to artist Winona Barton-Ballentine, followed by an interview between the artist and Alessandro Teoldi, a writer for Paper Journal.  I met Winona Barton-Ballentine a few years ago when she and a...
New York: My City by William Carroll at Mid-Manhattan Library

New York: My City by William Carroll at Mid-Manhattan Library

Today’s feature comes to us from William Carroll, whose work is currently on view at the Art Collection of Mid-Manhattan Library of the New York Public Library. Special thanks to Arezoo Moseni, Senior Art Librarian at Mid-Manhattan Library, for coordinating this feature. From the NYPL website: The Art and Picture Collections present New York: My City,...
Featuring: Ragnhildur Johanns

Featuring: Ragnhildur Johanns

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in 2014. We love Ms. Johanns’ work so much we had to bring it back for another round! We love book art here at the LAIP, and every once in awhile I like to mine the internet for all things book art, just to see what fabulous things can be made...
Exploring Public Art at the Forest Park Public Library

Exploring Public Art at the Forest Park Public Library

This post originally appeared on the LAIP in July 2015. It’s one of our favorite public art projects to take place at a library–just in time for outdoor activities!  Today’s story (and project kit) comes to us from Elaine Luther, an artist whose work with libraries we’ve featured on the LAIP before, and Alicia Hammond,...
Tim Youd and the 100 Novels Project

Tim Youd and the 100 Novels Project

This profile first appeared on the LAIP in 2015. Tim Youd is still performing his 100 Novels project. Learn more at timyoud.com. Today we present a conversation with Tim Youd, a visual and performance artist who is currently working on a fascinating project to retype 100 novels–obviously a performance piece that is very intriguing to...