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Animation talk at the BFI Library

” Why does animation play such a central role in defining our expectations and experiences of popular fantasy cinema, and why do animators often use fantasy fiction as a source of inspiration? ” If this is a question that gets … Continue reading

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Women’s Art Library bursary and more

The Women’s Art Library and Feminist Review have announced a bursary of £1200 for a 3 month residency based in The Women’s Art Library, which is part of Goldsmiths (University of London) Library, Special Collections and Archives. The residency is … Continue reading

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Iniva’s Stuart Hall Library now opening Saturdays

Starting this Saturday, 21st October, Iniva’s Stuart Hall Library will be open on Saturdays between 12pm-6pm. If you haven’t visited The Stuart Hall Library before, it is only around the corner from Aldgate Library, (1 Rivington Place in Shoreditch) and … Continue reading

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New E-Resource of plays available

London Met libraries has recently subscribed to a collection of ebooks called ‘Nick Hern Books’, which is one of the UK’s leading specialist performing arts publishers. The collection has approximately 400 plays that can be found on the library catalogue by … Continue reading

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Paolozzi and Pop

We are lucky enough to be based just around the corner from the fantastic Whitechapel Gallery, who are currently hosting a fabulous exhibition by Eduardo Paolozzi the ‘godfather of pop’. Earlier this year his famous mosaics at Tottenham Court Road … Continue reading

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videos and cassettes

If you prefer your library material pre-digital, why not check out these events: The Tiny Library at Peckham Pelican On 18th March the Tiny Library, ‘ a travelling exhibition space that uses repurposed audio cassette carry cases, to showcase and … Continue reading

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Animals and nature display

To coincide with the current exhibition at the Wellcome Collection, ‘Making Nature: How We See Animals’, we have collated a display of animal themed books in Aldgate Library. It includes books on artists and illustrators who depict animals or use … Continue reading

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Celebrate libraries at the British Library

Are you passionate about libraries? Hopefully, if you are reading this! The British Library have a season of events coming up, ‘Between the Sheets’ which celebrate and consider the role libraries play in our past, present and future. The season … Continue reading

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Artists in Residence in Libraries

As well as the resources contained in libraries, the library environment itself can be a source of inspiration for many artists. Artists in residence in libraries has been an ongoing practice for many years, from public libraries to academic and … Continue reading

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Your Architecture and Interior Design Cass ALL

Guess how many hours your architecture Academic Liaison Librarian devotes to learning and teaching Cass students? Just under 700 hours so far this year and counting…. These are just the scheduled events and do not count the other statistics for … Continue reading

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