Have you noticed the color block squares in Clemens and Alcuin libraries? These squares are individually created – each unique with its own color properties. These “art squares” are meant to draw the eye to the wall so that you then notice the black and white portraits intermixed with the squares. These portraits are the heart of this display: people who use the library frequently and the many ways in which the library is used.
If you haven’t seen it yet, come over to Clemens Library in the north study area and the Alcuin Library Periodical Reading Room. Would you like to be a part of this display? If you frequent the library, tell us. Also, let us know how you use the library…we are excited to know how the library resources are used.
Also, at Clemens Library, you will find an exhibit of handmade paper from Prof. Scott Murphy’s paper making class, fall 2011. You will see a lovely exhibit of handmade paper, both final projects and methods of making paper.
Also, at Alcuin Library you will see an exhibit of visual journals made by the China education abroad group with Sam Johnson in the fall of 2011. These journals are visually exciting, and they provide fresh ideas about keeping journals while travelling.