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Library News Archive

Latest News Items

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  1. 2018 Summer Reading List

    05.02.18

    Each year, Decker Library asks students, faculty, and staffpersons of the MICA community to suggest their favorite books for Summer reading. Here is the list for 2018.

  2. The Book's the Thing: Alumni Works

    04.10.18

    Book works (and a few videos) by and about MICA Alumni are featured in a Library Exhibit from April 6 to May 10, 2018.

  3. What Does the Future Smell Like?

    03.21.18

  4. Zines, Artists' Books, and Mental Health

    03.05.18

    Decker Library showcases selections from its zine and artist book collections about mental health and self care.

  5. Call for Artists, Accumulation

    02.27.18

    Decker Library's first MICA Community Show is now accepting artwork submissions from all students, faculty, and staff. All mediums and sizes will be considered, there is no application fee. Submission deadline is March 30, 2018. Email circ@mica.edu for an application.

  6. Updates to Artwork at Decker

    02.09.18

  7. Black Contemporary Artists Exhibit

    02.01.18

    This exhibit features a wide range of black artists, painters, sculptors, singers, poets, book makers, zine creators and more working today, including a range of items from the Decker Library's special collections. Feb. 1-28, 2018 on both levels of the library.

  8. Art School Cool Trash

    01.11.18

    A display of papers, drawings, cards, notes, and nonsense found in library books over the years. From student artwork to metal tweezers, Decker Library has seen it all, and now you can too! January 11-31, 2017 on both levels of the library.

  9. Two exhibits highlight fashion in mid-20th century America

    12.01.17

    Two exhibits in the Decker Library highlight fashion from mid-20th century America. On the upper level, we look at collegiate fashion for women, as a growing preference for casual clothing led to an explosion of design and marketing to college women. On the lower level, two MICA alumna who contributed to the collegiate fashion scene are featured: illustrations by Katherine Soper '27 and designs by Tom Drew '42.