Lesley University Library Staff

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Lesley University Library Staff

Lead Artist:
Raye Yankauskas, AIB Library Assistant

Collaborators:
Jamie Glass, Library Assistant, Access Services, Sherrill Library
Abigail Mancini, Reference & Instruction Librarian, Sherrill Library
Stephanie Nelson, ILL Supervisor, Sherrill Library
Stacey Piwinski, MFA in Visual Arts candidate, 2014
Jamie Wimmer, Evening Supervisor, Sherrill Library

Vita de Libro
bound books, 2012

Vita de Libro, “Life of the book” in Latin, pays homage to the printed book as a beautiful object. The physicality of the book in one’s hands is slowly being replaced by the weight of the electronic object. The Lesley University Library staff celebrates AIB’s centennial and the Art Institute’s arrival to Porter Square by providing a window into the world of the print and nods to the importance of it in academic life., Life of the book in Latin, pays homage to the printed book as a beautiful object. The physicality of the book in one’s hands is slowly being replaced by the weight of the electronic object. The Lesley University Library staff celebrates AIB’s centennial and the Art Institute’s arrival to Porter Square by providing a window into the world of the print and nods to the importance of it in academic life., Life of the book in Latin, pays homage to the printed book as a beautiful object. The physicality of the book in one’s hands is slowly being replaced by the weight of the electronic object. The Lesley University Library staff celebrates AIB’s centennial and the Art Institute’s arrival to Porter Square by providing a window into the world of the print and nods to the importance of it in academic life.

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