Rochester artist, Sue Huggins Leopard will be in Cary for a special event sponsored by Just Poets on April 6. Leopard will read from her series of artists’ books based on the poetry of Emily Dickinson, and have the suite of masterful books on view. All are welcome to attend.
Although Bernard C. Middleton passed away this winter, his legacy is strong at the Cary. His collection of thousands of books on the history and practice of bookbinding continues to be a cornerstone for teaching and research. Read on about the life of this master bookbinder and historian.
As part of the 50th anniversary celebration of RIT's Henrietta campus, the Cary has focused its spring exhibition on the dynamic murals by Josef Albers that were commissioned to beautify “Brick City.” Artifacts from RIT Archives and Cary will tell the story of the creation of these monumental artworks.
TYPE magazine features several articles on Cipe Pineles, the pioneering art director, graphic designer, and illustrator. Her work is a cornerstone of the Cary Graphic Design Archive, now newly organized and described.