| 351. That's Paste |
Me: I made a slow-mo video of the glue thing! Conservator: That's paste. A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on Sep 25, 2017 at 10:50am PDT
| 352. Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng |
Recommended reading from Director of Ingalls Library, Heather Saunders. This gripping novel about a free-spirited photographer who is new to Shaker Heights has a pivotal scene that takes place in the CMA.
| 353. The Jazz Age: Russell Barnett Aitken and the Viennese Influence |
American design of the 1920s was influenced by Vienna nearly as much as by Paris, where the Austrian city was admired as a center of design education and production.
| 354. A Librarian's Response to Frederick Wiseman's Ex Libris |
The Cleveland premiere of Ex Libris (2017) by veteran documentary filmmaker, Frederick Wiseman, took place this past week-end at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque.
| 355. The Jazz Age: Modernism and the May Show |
The Cleveland Exposition of Artists and Craftsmen opened six years after the 1913 Armory Show in New York. By this time, the revolutionary implications of European paintings and sculpture shown there had been largely absorbed.
| 356. Happy Birthday Claude Monet |
Celebrating Monet's birthday with water lilies.
| 357. Magazine Rack: Recent Article Looks at the Early History of the Print Club of Cleveland |
The Ingalls Library receives an astounding 1,200 periodical titles many of which feature articles about the museum and its collections, history, and activities as well as articles written by museum staff.
| 358. Rare 'Jazz Age' Pochoirs Examined |
Associate Book and Paper Conservator Amy Crist leading a staff tour of the rare book stacks. A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on Dec 6, 2017 at 10:53am PST
| 359. Cleveland Museum of Art Asian Art Department Records |
Collection/Type: Basic page
| 360. A Little 'Jazz Age' Style Found in the Museum Archives |
A little ‘Jazz Age’ style found in the museum archives collection of greeting cards. A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on Dec 22, 2017 at 7:58am PST