The EHSL Arts and Crafts Exhibit reception was held March 24, and the turnout was small but intimate. Some of my coworkers wanted to know how I made the stars so we had an impromptu hands-on workshop.
Some additional photos from the event, courtesy of Bryan Hull.
And I’m sad to report that there were no winners of the
Star Stuff Challenge. Better luck next time! If you’re looking for a tutorial, this one is pretty good:
Come by Kresge Library to pick up a card! I handset
this design and printed it at the Book Arts Workshop (with assistance from Sarah Smith and Lisa Ladd).
We are on extended hours this weekend, opening at 9am on both Saturday and Sunday! And I will be here with chocolate and research support if you need it!
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Three events, three locations to choose from:
Friday, January 16th, 3-5pmClass of 1978 Life Sciences Center, Gallery
Wednesday, January 21st, 11:30am-1:30pm
MacLean Engineering Sciences Center, GlycoFi Atrium
Thursday, January 22nd, 3-5pm [Special Focus on Digital Humanities]
Arts & Humanities Resource Center, Bartlett Hall
Look out for the origami stars at the Library’s Bake and Crafts Table!
posters drying on the rack
my letterpress pi
Pictures from today’s Book Arts event! Thanks for coming out and printing a poster! Hope you enjoyed the experience. We had over 25 people stop by and some people made extra for their friends and colleagues.
Huge thanks to Sarah Smith for designing the background, hand setting the type for the question, and setting up everything to make the event such a success! I hand set
the pi symbol I designed on Wednesday afternoon for today’s printing. Can you spot my error?
I’m looking forward to our next Kresge x Book Arts event:
! Pi Day
I’m going to work it into a poster in our Book Arts Workshop. Look out for a Halloween Book Arts event!
3.14159265358979323 (4 spaces)
307 816 406 (3,7)
2 86 208 (6,7)
99 862 (7,7)
80 348 "
25 342 "
117 067 (6,7)
9821 4808 (5,7)
65132 8230 6 (4,7,5)
647093 8446095505 (4,6)
822317 25359408 (4,6)
128 4811 (6,9)
155 digits of pi in the shape of π, 14 lines, 26 characters wide
Spring is coming…? Maybe? There is so much going on, but first let me wish you a happy…
Now onto the highlights:
Around the libraries:
Text and Data Mining DCAL lunch is April 21. “
Your Future In Science” one-day workshop (Neukom) is April 26. Science librarians (myself included) will be on site with helpful information and library resources. Annual Thesis Writers’ Bootcamp at Kresge is April 27. Special invitations forthcoming.
rd Annual Karen E. Wetterhahn Symposium is May 22. The poster prep session is May 8 –lead by myself and Dave Izzo (Biomedical Libraries). Congrats to the winners of the
Graduate Poster Session! We will frame each poster and hang them in Kresge’s Student Reseach Poster Gallery in June.