Vision, Strength, Access - VSA Arts of Wisconsin - proudly presents a variety of books created by students with disabilities who participated in an “All About Me” artist residency.
Showcasing the work of young writers and artists from various Latin American countries, this exhibit contains a sampling of "cartonera" books on loan from the Special Collections Department, Memorial Library.
On view are selected art and artists’ books that explore the world of arthropods (insects): butterflies, beetles, bees, wasps, flies, ants, cicadas, mosquitoes and more!
On view are diverse folios from "The Vandercook Book," a limited edition artists' book published by Barbara Henry and Roni Gross to celebrate the centennial of the Vandercook Proof Press.
How is a staircase like a book or a wall like a page? Karen Wirth explores the relationships between books and architecture through artist’s books, sculpture and public art.
Words and images describing the frosty mountain air, crystalline formation of ice, sparkling snowflake, and winter wind celebrate the season that begins and ends each year.