1, Issue 1 (Fall 2017)
Plano Public Library: Engaging
the Community Through Art
Kristin Linscott, Beth Morgan, Rachel Yzaguirre, Rachel Hadidi, Tammy Korns, and Kerri Rubens
Marketing Libraries Journal, volume 1, issue 1, pages 49-59.
Abstract: What is the role of the public library in communities? Does
it go beyond
books, databases, and learning resources? How can libraries add value
to communities, enhancing quality of life for citizens, young and old?
Art is essential for expressing cultural identity and promoting the
growth of ideas. Plano Public Library embraces art within its
organizational vision, utilizing exhibits and participatory art.
Engaging the community in art activities provides opportunities for
citizens to discover the breadth of services and programs available at
the library. The Art in the Library program enhances the livability of
Plano and the quality of life for its citizens.
Keywords: art, artist, exhibit, Artist in Residence
Citation to article:
Linscott, K. ,
Morgan, B., Yzaguirre, R., Hadidi, R., Korns, T.,
& Rubens,K. (2017). Plano Public Library: Engaging the
Community Through Art. Marketing
Libraries Journal, 1(1), 49-59. Retrieved from http://journal.marketinglibraries.org/dec2017/7_From-the-Trenches_MLJ-v1-i1-Fall2017.pdf