Books as Artistic, Historical, and Physical Objects

trio Listen here on Arts Friday, 1370 Connection, to Sally Snow, and Andrea Reithmayr talk to Announcer/Producer Mona Seghatoleslami at WXXI about books as physical, historical, and artistic objects. Click here and here to listen. You can enter an artist or altered book in the library’s juried show, The Art of the Book.

Sally Snow is Assistant Director of the Monroe County Library System and Communications director for the Rochester Public Library. Andrea Reithmayr is Special Collections Librarian and the Rare Book Conservator at the University of Rochester. Mona Seghatoleslami, radio host, is the host and producer of Classical 91.5 FM on WXXI. The book image above is “Date Due: It’s Not A Popularity Contest” by Jody Alexander. NN Art Librarian at Central

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Support our Community Partner WXXI

We are very lucky to have a WXXI as our classical music station here in Rochester. This city is one of the few cities in the country to have a station devoted to classical programming. WXXI is one of Central Library’s partners and we collaborate on many things together. Please support your classical music station by participating in their annual auction which begins April 14 at 8 am. Thanks!