Solastalgia: Book Art and the Climate Crisis is curated by Director of Exhibitions & Artist Programs Torey Erin of Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA). The exhibition will display a range of works by artists to address the multitudes of the way we face the heart-wrenching climate crisis of our generation. Continue reading Solastalgia: Book Art and the Climate Crisis [Virtual Exihibtion, June 11 – October, 17, 2021]
Antiquarian Booksellers Association of American will hold their annual Califonia book fair in an entire online format! Join in to see exciting exhibtions and fascinating stories, and share your love for books.
Click the link for more information on the programs: https://fairs.abaa.org/programs
The De Bar Hours (W.93), likely created as a wedding gift for a young bride in early 14th century France, is an unusual manuscript with lacy rosettes cut into every one of its parchment margins. Continue reading New Eyes on Old Books: Unraveling the Mystery of the Walters Lace Manuscript. Baltimore, MD, The Walters, February 17th, 2021 [Lecture]
Uncle’s Tom Cabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896) and first published in March 1852 to inform readers of the appalling realities of American slavery. Continue reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Early and Notable Editions. Washington DC, National Museum of African American History and Culture, February 28, 2020 – May 6, 2021 [Exhibtion]
Funded by the Mellow Foundation, the Walters Art Museum will hold the first dedicated exhibition of the St.Francis Missal, a 12th-century manuscript and relic of St. Francis of Assisi. Continue reading The St. Francis Missal. Baltimore, Maryland, The Walters [Exhibition]