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This exhibit explores the resources available to MICA community members teaching and learning about Art Education, and the importance of Art Education for knowledge-building and social development.
From June 1 to June 26 the Decker Library is featuring an exhibit of books about books - their history, construction, design, and art. Featuring works from book artist Keith Smith and the 2013 Designer Bookbinders International Competition.
The MICA Alumni Association welcomes the Class of 2015! Books and other documents of selected alumni activities are on exhibit in the Decker Library through May 2015.
MICA Foundation instructor Al Zaruba, presents a cross-section of his works at the Decker Library. Running from April 8 to 24, this exhibit includes accordian books, sculptures, paintings, sketchbooks and myriad influential items from Zaruba's time spent in Ireland, the Philippines, and the Middle East. The library will host a gallery talk with Zaruba at noon on April 22. Open to the public.
On display from March 16 to April 6, the Decker Library is exhibiting from its collection of cookbooks, including beautifully photographd modernist cusine, mouth-watering Japanese soul foods, and 20th century cuisine classique. Held in conjunction with the Edible Book Festival on April 1 in the Pinkard Gallery.
From February 23 to March 13, the Decker Library displays its recently aquired artist books and zines, including three works by MICA students. Check out this preview of items soon to be in the library's collections.
From Feburary 3 to February 20, the Decker Library hosts an exhibit of tattoo-related books, including Maori tattoo traditions, the Japanese irezumi full-body markings, and the codified symbols of the Russian prison system.
The current Decker Library exhibit features works written by, published by, and about Jonathan Williams, a poet who was artist-in-residence at MICA in the late 1960s, including collaborative artists' publications he made with MICA faculty. The exhibit runs from January 6-30, 2015.
The current Decker Library exhibit features Medieval illuminated manuscripts.