Come in and check out the display just outside the library’s computer lab!
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What’s on view at the Library.
What’s on view at the Library.
Posted by jennugent on November 2, 2011
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Posted by Carter on February 21, 2011
The library has another display of books, DVDs, and magazine hand-picked by our student workers. Come by to check it out!
Posted by Carter on February 9, 2011
The Library is excited to offer an opportunity for student artwork displays. We have reserved our largest display case for 2D or 3D work.
Posted by Carter on December 1, 2010
There are so many ways that interior design has contributed to our society – from increasing personal safety, health and wellbeing, to lifestyle improvements, education, research, sustainable designs, and of course the benefits to our living, healing, learning, and working environments. But what have you heard about interior designers providing community service for the public such as assisting underprivileged, impoverished, or disabled people?
These posters were created by teams of students in Jill Eleazer’s Business Practice class during the Fall 2010 semester. Stop by the library to see them on display now!
Posted by Carter on October 15, 2010
There is still time before Halloween to design your own costume. The book A Complete Guide to Special Effects Makeup: Conceptual Creations by Japanese Makeup Artists is an amazing guide to creating masks and doing transformative body makeup. It is also notable in that it has an interview with master Japanese horror makeup artists Yuuichi Matsui. Come by and check it out!
There are many chilling DVDs and spooky stories available. Visit the table display in the library for books on ghosts, witches, the history of horror cinema, special effects makeup, costumes, classic literature such as Frankenstein and more!
Posted by Carter on March 31, 2010
Posted by artlikeart on February 26, 2010
Special Collections is a not-so-secret dark room where “special” materials are stored, like fine and rare books, and limited edition artist books. They aren’t in the general circulating collection because one or more of the following things are true: they’re unique, have some value, or are just really fragile.
Although these items can’t be checked out, you are certainly welcome to see them for yourself. That’s why we have them! Just ask at the Circulation Desk for the book you’d like to look at.
(And don’t forget to wear your gloves.)
Posted by Carter on February 3, 2010
Do you like to look good? Do you enjoy the concept of art that can be worn? Whether you’re in it for the aesthetics or want to make your latest project fashionable, please enjoy this selection of the library’s repetoire of fashion-related books!
You are welcome to check these items out at the circulation desk and take them with you.
Posted by Carter on January 8, 2010
Did you give or receive any handmade gifts for the holidays? Or perhaps you’ve made a resolution to craft more to relieve stress in 2010. Never fear, the library has plenty of books, DVDs, and magazines this month around the theme of “Do It Yourself.” These include techniques for every kind of creative person, including:
Posted by christinefra on November 6, 2009
Midterms are done, November has come and all our thoughts now turn to Thanksgiving Break. I don’t know about you, but I immediately associate Thanksgiving with fall colors (although I know that for those from the North, winter colors suit the holiday best). Here in the library, we’re all about those red, oranges, yellows and browns right now, and we chose to make this month’s book display fit the bill.
Based on the colors, we chose a wide range of books and movies covering quite a few subjects. So come by, browse around, and by all means feel free to check any of these materials out.
Just so you get an idea of some of the things you can find, here’s a list you can look at wherever you are.
- Rencontres internationales de la photographie
- The bottomless belly button
- Dutch design 2002/2003.
- Tadanori Yokoo
- Jazz Covers
- For sale: a book of intro work
- Dos Logos
- Graffiti NYC
- Japanese Costume: History and Tradition
- Designer’s Guide to Color 3
- Juliet of Spirits
But do come by, and look at the pretty colors in person!