The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe.
The Book as Art Vol. II is a juried exhibition of book arts provided by the Decatur Arts Alliance in conjunction with the Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur.
Mary Murphy, ACA Library’s Visual Resources Librarian, one of the three jurors, gave a talk at the soft opening July 18th. Visit the AIA gallery to see a wonderful selection of artists’ books.
Contact Mary <email@example.com> to learn more about the Library’s own premier collection of artists’ books.
Fast Company is one of many leading magazines available in print at the library. See current magazines on display for inspiration, learning, and fun.
Here’s what the neuroscientist who studies the science of genius found when she scanned the brains of 13 of today’s brightest creative minds.
Carlos Perez is a graduate student in sequential art. He is also our summer work-study student in the library! He recommends
Comedy: an essay on comedy by George Meredith
What is this resource about? ”Three essays about comedy and comedic structure in relevance to the humanities including philosophy, literature, and history.”
Why do you recommend it? ”The book elaborates on various aspects of comedy and the role it plays in society.”
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