art using library card catalog cards

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a bulletin board covered in lots of different types of paper and pictures on it's sides
Library Card Catalog Quilt by laurawennstrom, via Flickr
a large poster with many different pictures on it
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Painted library cards (by 450 of the creator's students)
a drawing of a man painting a heart on a piece of paper with flowers growing out of it
Black Friday Sale the Library Card Collage Series - Etsy
Holiday Sale, The Library Card Collage by thebackoftheboat.
an open book sitting on top of a guitar
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More info about the presentation by Debbie Anderson & me. ["Practical Ideas to Amp Up Your YA Literature Programming, Friday November 14, 1-4:30pm, Tickets $69" via YALSA's YA Literature Symposium]
a pie chart showing the percentage of people who use public librarys to read books
From Distant Admirers to Library Lovers–and beyond
["Pew: March 13, 2014: From Distant Admirers to Library Lovers–and beyond A typology of public library engagement in America"]
the grapes of wrath by john steinick
Libraries Are Surprisingly Popular, and Oh Yeah, They Also Make You Awesome
["Libraries Are Surprisingly Popular, and Oh Yeah, They Also Make You Awesome | Bustle"]
16th Century German Book Opens in 6 Ways to Reveal 6 Books
["16th Century Book Opens in 6 Ways"]
TRYING TO CONVINCE TEENS TO COME TO A PROGRAM
Teen programs ARE fun --- we swear! ["Librarian Problems | TRYING TO CONVINCE TEENS TO COME TO A PROGRAM"]
a group of people standing around each other in front of bookshelves and stairs
["Librarians and libraries—enduring media darlings!"]
an image of tombstones with the doors open
Library Journal
["How to Kill a School Library: 10 Easy Steps"]
a woman holding up several magazines in front of a book shelf with books on it
Dotdash Meredith - America's Largest Digital & Print Publisher
["DO THIS DON'T: Take Yourself To The Library And Get A Library Card"]
the flyer for an exhibition with books
Brief poster describing library catalog card art contest (by Monique Delatte Starkey & Jane Ishibashi).
an advertisement for a college library called call for entries, with information about the event
Extended description of library contest.