Friday, 21 October 2016

Linkubator Roundup: Week of October 16, 2016

Hello, friends!

It’s time to do the roundup of the best of the web this week at the intersection of libraries + creativity.  As always, we’re glad you’re here!

If you’re an artist, maker or other creative person who uses the library to further your creative goals, or if you work in a library that supports creative practice, we’d love to hear from you.



Top Features

  • This week, we heard from the folks at Vanderbilt University Library, where they’ve created a comprehensive, curriculum-supporting program where students curate exhibits in their gallery space. The Campus Curates at Vanderbilt University Library.
  • RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia gets serious bonus points for on the name of their fabulous arts festival, which is deliciously library-nerdy: the 700s Arts Festival! 
  • We also shared grants resources on behalf of the NEA Big Read, a program through Arts Midwest. This continues to be a great platform for engaging communities around a common read (p.s.–check out the NEA Big Read’s teacher resources to find some hands-on creative projects to incorporate into your Big Read programming!)


Around the Web


from Library as Incubator Project

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