Talis Insight Europe 2016

Talis Insight Europe 2016 was held at The Rep (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Birmingham, 20-21 April 2016. Many of the sessions were not art-library specific, but some of the ideas are relevant across all fields. This two-day conference was organised by the Reading List software company Talis (makers of Aspire) but had resonance for librarians who […]

‘The First Humans’, Plymouth Arts Centre

‘The First Humans’ Plymouth Arts Centre, 15th January – 2nd April 2016. ‘The First Humans’ explores themes of pre-history, evolution and sci-fi imaginings of early man. Curated by Angela Kingston and organised by The Pump House Gallery in collaboration with Plymouth Arts Centre, ‘The First Humans’ features the work of Caroline Achaintre, Salvatore Arancio, Vidya […]

Pop-up books on show at the Royal College of Art Library

‘2D or 3D? Books with added value’ The Royal College of Art Library team has put together an exhibition in the RCA Library celebrating the art of the pop-up book, highlighting adventurous experiments with the form as an inspiring reminder of how flexible the book format can be. The titles in the exhibition, selected from […]

Artist Rooms: Gerhard Richter, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Artist Rooms: Gerhard Richter, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery 26 September to 16 January 2016 Gerhard Richter, born in Dresden, Germany in 1932, is considered to be one of the pioneers of the new European painting movement, which emerged during the second half of the 20th century. Richter has produced a variety of work, […]