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Fiber Department Reunion

  1. William Henry Jackson Photochroms On Display

    A California Orange Tree - 51204

    William Henry Jackson Photochroms On Display

  2. Library Summer Hours and Lower Level Closure

    Library Summer Hours and Lower Level Closure

  3. Sophia L. Crownfield Textile Designs On View

    Sophia L. Crownfield Textile Designs On View

    Sophia Louise Crownfield was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1862. By 1889 she moved to New York City and soon began working as a designer for the textile industry, creating floral- and plant-based patterns for the women's dress silk trade. This collection of Crownfield's work was given to MICA in 1941 but only recently came to the Decker Library so that it can be accessed by the community. The exhibit features examples of work done as studies toward designs for textile patterns. Many drawings are in a linear realistic style with emphasis on the structure of the plants. Some of the studies, particularly those in color, emphasize the volume of the subject. Then there are examples of more abstracted motifs as the artist developed textile patterns, and some examples of completed silk textiles are included. The exhibit runs from May 1 - 26, 2017.

  4. MICA Community Publications

    MICA Community Publications

    On display this month are student produced chapbooks, zines, and publications from the 1980's, 90's, and early 2000's. Including early volumes of "Fire" and "Juice", as well as independent projects in poetry and artist books. On the upper and lower levels of the library, April 3 - 30th.

  5. Women's History Month Artist Books and Zine Exhibit

    Twenty Four Hour Woman: celebrating women who make the world go around - one day at a time by Scott Lenhardt

    Women's History Month Artist Books and Zine Exhibit

    On display are selected items from the Book Arts and Zine Collection that explore to gender, feminism, advocate for women’s rights and equality, and highlight other themes specific to women’s lives. All works in the exhibition are made by female identifying artists. March 1-31, 2017 on both floors on the library.