ART REWIND | Still Black See: Picturing Art In Your Review Mirror

ART Education | ACRL, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS) 2022 Conference

Featured RBMS 2022 Virtual Conference Details: What now?: Reflection, Reckoning, and RecoveryJune 21 – 24, Yale University, New Haven, CT for proposals & scholarship applications: Monday, JANUARY 24, 2022 In this hybrid gathering, we hope to take a hard look at our field in the wake of the pandemic. Conversations will focus on continuing actions […]


Latest from the Stacks “because we needed more ways to roll our eyes at everything going on today. and we like art.” William H. Johnson Gif Created By Unimpressionism


ART EXHIBITION | Library Company of Philadelphia Presents Virtually, “Black Founders: The Free Black Community in the Early Republic”

About Exhibition Black Founders: The Free Black Community in the Early Republic examines the activities of newly-freed African Americans in the North as they struggled to forge organizations and institutions to promote their burgeoning communities and to attain equal rights in the face of slavery and racism. Leaders emerged—many of them former slaves—who worked to […]


Featured Are you an artist? Creator? Crafter extraordinaire? The Network of the National Library of Medicine Region 3 is looking for some beautiful visual art to feature in our newsletter, distributed throughout our 7-state region each quarter! To be considered for the November 2021 newsletter, submissions are due by Sunday, November 21st, 2021 All crafts […]


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Public Domain | Cover Art: Dressing for the Carnival (1877) by Winslow Homer. Original from The MET museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

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