Whether they are fans of musicals, classical music, dance, or television, your patrons will love these books about the performing arts. Click for Performing Arts Books.
STEAM describes the fields of study of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. Here, we’re featuring some of our favorite upcoming STEAM titles for the curious, inquisitive, and creative readers at your library. Click for More STEAM Titles.
“Whenever I listen to music, I do so without preconceptions, simply opening my ears to the more wonderful passages and physically taking them in. When those wonderful passages are there, I feel joy, and when some parts are not so wonderful, I listen with a touch of regret.” —Haruki Murakami, Absolutely on Music This month, we’re focusing […]
Two days ago, I went to see “Exit through the Gift Shop,” a brilliant, quirky documentary on “street art” all over the world. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if this little movie catches some traction, so if you’re seeing a sudden interest in street art, here are a couple books you may want […]
I could’ve used “Archive II” (above) when I moved a couple years ago… Check out the cool libro-centric art exhibit by David Garcia in this article from Limite magazine. The exhibit investigates “space and books and the traditional relationships that humans have to books.”
Obviously we have an interest in books selected by Library Journal that are featured in their various subject round-ups. So when the Feb. 1 issue hit my desk, I immediately noticed in the “Spring Into Art” feature a number of titles from Rizzoli. No surprise. But what WAS a surprise was that when I […]