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The current exhibit at Decker Library is the Ellen Dorn Levitt Book Arts Collection, a new addition to the library's Special Collections, featuring collaborative book arts projects and instructional materials. The exhibit runs from May 9 to June 10, 2016.
Shadra Strickland's Sophomore 2 class presents original works that use various printmaking techniques to create beautiful original book cover designs. On display April 12 - 23, 2016 on the upper and lower level of the Decker Library.
We have pulled a fine selection of prints out of the Decker Library Special Collections to present in this exhibit, just in time for MICA Fashion Week. Stop in and take at look at the brightly colored fashions from Medieval Europe through to 1920s America. March 22 - April 9, 2016. Curated by Meredith Moore.
In celebration of a talk by Tatana Kellner and Ann Kalmbach, founders of Women's Studio Workshop, on Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m. in the Lazarus Center.
Decker Library invites you to join the delicious fun on Friday, April 1, 2016 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center! MICA students, faculty and staff showcase edible creations pertaining to their favorite books. All are encourages to participate, or just stop by to vote on your favorites. The event will end with prizes and, of course, food.
This month the Decker showcases its diverse array of films and books on historical, innovative, and noteworthy artists in the world of animation. Join in viewing our collections of shorts and feature-length works, as well as materials on the development, creation, and distribution of these pieces. Runs from Feb. 23- March 12, on the first and basement levels of the Decker Library.
In light of the Academy Award's recent neglect of the diversity available in modern cinema, the Decker Library has taken the opportunity to highlight the weath of viewpoints represented in films from diverse creators and countries. This exhibit runs from Feburary 2 to 20, 2016, and is available for viewing on both levels of the library.
The Decker Library's current exhibition highlights the 1897 publication Oriental Ceramic Art, with fascinating color images of the Walters Art Museum's excellent collection of East Asian ceramics. The book is an artwork in itself.
This month, the Decker Library will feature work from senior Interdisciplinary Sculpture major Bailey Sheehan, whose art explores semiotics through the lens of religion. On Dec. 10 a special display of site-specific works will be included outside of the exhibit cases, near the Mac Lab on the lower level.