Decker Library Exhibits
The Decker Library hosts monthly exhibits of items from its Special Collections to allow the MICA Commuity to view treasures that are often hidden from sight. Archives, artist books, and rare materials are all showcased in two cases on the upper level and one case on the lower level.
The library also welcomes shows of student work from classes and individuals. In the past we have been glad to host displays of student sketchbooks from MICA's sketchbook day, senior thesis displays from Interdiciplinary Sculpture, and book arts projects from Elements of Visual Thinking classes.
If you are interested in scheduling an exhibit or have questions about displaying work outside the cases, please contact Allison Fischbach, Circulation Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org for guidelines and details. Space is reserved each spring for those who are interested in hosting an exhibit in the library's cases.
Viewing and Checking out Materials
Circulating books on display in the cases are available for immediate checkout. Please see a staff member at the circulation desk to request a book from the cases.
For books on display from the Special Collections (CAGE), please see a reference librarian.
Museum Case Diagrams
Image Information: Card Deck by Sinem Ören from Incunabula exhibit, May 2014
This page was last updated on 11/04/2016.