Monday, December 11, 2017


Join us this Wednesday night for our final READ!  TALK!  MAKE! session of the semester!  6-8 pm, 1st Floor.

Uncanny Specimens | Lisa Black





https://www.behance.net/LisaBlack

Friday, December 1, 2017

December 4th! Final Zine Night of the Semester!




Join us for our December Zine Night, a chance for you to work alone or collaboratively on zines, comics, artist books, or other paper projects in the library. This month our featured demo will be mini-matchbook zines! 

We Have: staplers, trimmers, basic drawing supplies, paper, adhesives, scissors, discarded book scraps, scanners, photocopiers (and occasional guest how-to's). 

You Need: Ingenuity, creativity, and inspiration. Want to show off or learn new techniques? Want to work and get to know other zinesters and artists?

Monday, December 4th
6-10 pm
First Floor
Columbia College Library

Thursday, November 30, 2017



On September 16th, 1932, acclaimed Broadway performer and aspiring film actress Peg Entwistle plummeted to her death from the top of Hollywood sign. Police immediately ruled the case a suicide, or was it?

Join the CCC Library Gaming Society for an evening of interactive murder mystery fun and a swanky 1930’s Hollywood party, complete with hors doeuvres, mocktails, music, dancing, and Hollywood gossip aplenty. Costumes encouraged, but not required. 

*loosely based on a true story

Monday, November 20, 2017

Tis the season!






Want to learn how to make awesome DIY snow globes to feature your art & other creations? To give as gifts? To line your window ledges three deep? Join us for the latest How To Tuesday workshop, where we will learn how to make simple snow globes and explore all their creative possibilities. We’ll furnish jars of various sizes, materials, tiny items, and a laminator (for paper images.) You bring imagination, inspiration, curiosity, your own items you’d like to include.

The Aesthetics of Research is an ongoing project dedicated to exploring the role that libraries and their collections play in artistic process, creative community building, and resource-sharing in the arts. How-To-Tuesday is a monthly series exploring the Library's vast collection of art & craft how-tos.