In our effort to increase awareness of FRCC Art in the community, we have booked a little showing at the Longmont Public Library during the month of August 2011. There are two glass cases upstairs in the entryway to the fiction/nonfiction adult books and we will showcase the work of art club members and faculty there all month long.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Sarajane Helm.
If you are at the library in August, please do take a look to see what we can do! There’s nothing better in the hot summertime than spending a few hours in the air-conditioned stacks, looking at the fabulous selection of books on artists and on making art. Longmont has long been supportive of learning, books, and art–did you know that the original library was the first community building put up when the city was originally founded?
Whether you are looking for beautiful books about photography, painting, ceramics, drawing, sculpture, textiles, computer graphics or any other form of art, chances are you can fine a book–or ten–about it at the library. If you can’t, you can be assured that librarians there can get one for you through the inter-library loan system. As long as you have a valid library card, take care of them and take them back on time, you can look at all those books for no cost except time spent. And time spent looking at art feed your brain and your creative muse, providing inspiration for making your OWN art!