The Black American Library Card Project is a community partnership and open call for art for a limited-edition library card celebrating the contributions and culture of Black Americans. From January 4–31, artists are invited to submit designs for a library card & key fob celebrating Black American culture and history; the selected design will receive a $2,000 stipend.
RSVP for this virtual information session to learn about:
- the art requirements and project logisitics for the library card from BPL staff
- the origins of the project from Wendy A. Robinson of Community Board 3’s Parks, Arts & Culture Committee, who proposed this idea to Brooklyn Public Library
- upcoming events at Macon Library's African American Heritage Center, from the Center's curator Sheena Daree Miller; and
- a chance to have your questions answered!
A zoom link will be sent prior to the event.