Friday, April 30, 2010
The Library and Computer Centre will be closed for the Bank Holiday on Monday 3rd May 2010. We will reopen at 9am on Tuesday 4th May.
Posted by Glasgow School of Art Library and Learning Resources at 8:12 AM
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
The Library has loaned a number of books on women artists and on feminism to the Read Out! Read In! exhibition at the Centre of Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.
Artists Faith Wilding and Kate Davis have invited a wide range of collaborators to select up to three texts. The result is a rich and expansive archive of texts, publications, audio/video, film-clips and images which are available through an online archive and at the ‘Read Out! Read In!’ reading room and library at the CCA, produced in collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library. The reading room is available from April 16th-May 29th 2010. This material is also providing starting points for a network of reading groups and seminar events which have begun in Glasgow and Chicago and will continue on an international basis leading up to, during and after the exhibition.
Posted by Glasgow School of Art Library and Learning Resources at 11:00 AM
Friday, April 09, 2010
Although we don't look it, it's actually our 1,000th birthday today. We've blogged 1,000 posts on our Art and Design Resources blog since we started 3 years ago. That's an average of nearly 1 post a day. We're already looking forward to our next 1,000!
Posted by Glasgow School of Art Library and Learning Resources at 3:26 PM
The Library's new display on the top floor of the Main Library features the latest acquisitions to the Artists' Books Collection, Franticham's Assembling Boxes nos. 1 & 2.
These limited edition publications from Red Fox Press in Ireland comprise A5 cardboard boxes filled with 23 limited edition artworks by invited contributing artists, from prints to postcards, and from badges to metalwork. The theme of the boxes is visual poetry and other Fluxus-inspired work.
Each box comes in a limited edition of 40 signed and editioned copies, with only 15 made available for sale.
Posted by Glasgow School of Art Library and Learning Resources at 9:03 AM