September 26 – December 18, 2016
The book format has long been used as a vehicle for artistic expression. This exhibition focuses on the presentation of theatrical texts and documentation of performance in the book arts. The objects on display showcase the space of the page in fine printing and modern typographical renditions of dramatic works. Additionally, examples of puppetry, portable stage sets, and tunnel books reveal the space of the book itself as a place for performance.
Image: Tora Bora by Art Hazelwood. Image used with permission.
Arts librarians have already met many new students in orientation sessions, and we hope your fall term is off to a good start.
Changes in effect this fall:
- You can now choose Haas as a pickup point for Interlibrary Loan materials as well as Borrow Direct and Eli Express books.
- Arts Library Special Collections is open 12-4:45 Monday-Friday during the regular term (schedules vary during breaks).
- Last but not least, we have greatly expanded circulation of Arts materials! See the Borrowing and Circulation page for more details.
As always, Arts librarians are available to help you with research and/or teaching—just contact us or drop in to say hello!