Posts tagged "Visual Arts"
Out of the Archives: Playbods, an interactive art program for families

Out of the Archives: Playbods, an interactive art program for families

This post originally appeared on the Library as Incubator Project in September 2012. The Library as Incubator Project is pleased to welcome Bryony Pritchard and Kim Glassby to the site today. Together Bryony and Kim form Playbods, a program that engages participants in exploring different art forms, from dance and movement to storytelling and visual...
On View at the San Diego Public Library: Booked for the Evening

On View at the San Diego Public Library: Booked for the Evening

Kara West is the Arts and Culture Exhibition Manager at the San Diego Public Library. She returns to the Library as Incubator Project today with a new installment in our series on SDPL’s effort to create a civic center for art with their new Central library and their plans for an exhibition program that will bring art...
Featuring: Ragnhildur Johanns

Featuring: Ragnhildur Johanns

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 from discarded texts.  Today’s feature is Ragnhildur Johanns, a captivating artist I stumbled across on one such trip down the rabbit hole. Her beautiful sculptures, which combine book...
Out of the Archives: Dominique Dunstan & The Whiteboard Project at the State Library of Victoria

Out of the Archives: Dominique Dunstan & The Whiteboard Project at the State Library of Victoria

This post originally appeared on the Library as Incubator Project in June 2013. Today, we’re delighted to welcome Dominique Dunstan to the site to share not only her beautiful re-interpretations of natural history, but also the extraordinary library-based artist fellowship that supported their creation. Read on to learn more about the Staff Fellowships at the...
On View at the San Diego Public Library: On View in the Branches

On View at the San Diego Public Library: On View in the Branches

Kara West is the Arts and Culture Exhibition Manager at the San Diego Public Library. She returns to the Library as Incubator Project today with a new installment in our series on SDPL’s effort to create a civic center for art with their new Central library and their plans for an exhibition program that will bring art...
Featuring: Bryan Voell

Featuring: Bryan Voell

Today we are pleased to welcome Bryan Voell to the Library as Incubator Project. Bryan is a librarian-artist who sees and lives the connection between libraries and the arts every day. Enjoy! ~ Laura Library as Incubator Project (LAIP): Please introduce yourself – who are you, where are you from, what type of work (creative, professional,...
Tour the National Gallery of Art Online

Tour the National Gallery of Art Online

by Angela Terrab If you can’t make it to the nation’s capital, you can still enjoy the National Gallery of Art. Like the mammoth institution itself, NGA’s sprawling online presence is packed with images and information. And like the gallery itself, you could get lost in the collections for ages. This highlight tour can help...
Wonderful Surprise: Special Collections and Primers for the Naming and Un-Naming of Things

Wonderful Surprise: Special Collections and Primers for the Naming and Un-Naming of Things

 Alison Rutsch’s work was so popular on our site when we interviewed her, and her work with the Providence Public Library so inspiring, we asked her to write more about the arts-incubating projects happening there.  And she said yes!  This first installment in Alison’s new series for the site looks at an installation in PPL’s...
Exploring the Museum of Modern Art Library

Exploring the Museum of Modern Art Library

We are so pleased to welcome David Senior to the Library as Incubator Project! David is a Bibliographer at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Library in New York City. We talked with David about some of the many ways that the MoMA Library supports the work of artists and creative types. Enjoy! ~ Laura First,...
On View at the San Diego Public Library: Renewed & Intersecting Lines

On View at the San Diego Public Library: Renewed & Intersecting Lines

Kara West is the Arts and Culture Exhibition Manager at the San Diego Public Library. She returns to the Library as Incubator Project today with a new installment in our series on SDPL’s effort to create a civic center for art with their new Central library and their plans for an exhibition program that will bring art...
Featuring: Lola Kovács, The Happy Librarian

Featuring: Lola Kovács, The Happy Librarian

I am so pleased to introduce Lola Kovács to the LAIP community today. I first ran across Lola’s book art on Etsy, and her delicate, ephemeral pieces are a treat.  So too is her vision of the ideal library, “a words meet pictures place.”  Enjoy! – Erinn I believe that libraries are the friendliest community areas ever. ~Lola Kovács Library...
"Our Ladies of Perpetual Housework" by Elaine Luther

“Our Ladies of Perpetual Housework” by Elaine Luther

Today it is my pleasure to welcome jewelry maker and mixed media artist Elaine Luther back to the Library as Incubator Project. Elaine has a new art series that is not only on display at a library in Chicago, but is also directly inspired by a book she stumbled upon right on the library’s shelf....