It’s here! You can now purchase a printed and bound copy of The Brookline Library Artist-in-Residence Pilot Program featuring Liz Nofziger, written and edited by Bonnie Bastien. It’s also available as a downloadable PDF for free! This catalog documents the pilot artist residency program that launched in 2016 at the Brookline Library, the artwork created by … More Check Out the New Brookline Library AIR Program Catalog!
Here at the Brookline Village location of the Brookline Library, Liz Nofziger, our first Artist-in-Residence (AIR), has created a constellation of small ruptures in the norm, spread throughout the building, inside and out. There is great variety in the work, from sound pieces to beams of light, but all are tied together through color and … More All 17 Pieces of Liz Nofziger’s Work On View NOW!
Brookline Library AIR Program Closing Event Thursday, Nov. 17th 3:00 – 8:30pm All Ages Welcome The first season of the Brookline Library AIR program is coming to a close. Find out what AIR Artist Liz Nofziger has been up to for these … More Nov. 17th: Liz Nofziger’s Library Study Closing Event!
Join Liz Nofziger to infiltrate the Brookline Library with your own images and ideas! Tuesday, October 18th 3:30-4:30 Tuesday, November 1st 3:30 – 4:30 All Ages Welcome! Before the internet there were newspapers. Have you ever flipped through actual newsprint pages? Would you like to help infiltrate the reading rooms of the Brookline Library? Come … More All Ages Workshop with Liz Nofziger
Perhaps you have seen things on social media and around the Brookline Library asking you to submit a story to our Artist-in-Residence, Liz Nofziger. Have you found the Ruby Carrel and wondered what that was about? In addition to delving into the recorded history of the Brookline Library, which resides in the stacks, Liz is delving into your … More The Library Stories Series
The Public Library of Brookline’s inaugural Artist-in-Residence, Liz Nofziger, began her research for her project titled Library Study by observing current uses of the Library’s space and delving into its recorded history. She is equally curious about the unwritten stories you may have that could inspire or inform her interventions in the 3 Brookline Library locations … More Discover the Ruby Carrel