Mary and Edwin Meader Fine Art Library
KIA Library Collections
11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
The Meader Library's every-month children's event. Click here for more information
The library hosts book discussions at 2 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month from September through May.
Using the Library
The library is open to the public for research and enjoyment. If you're a KIA member, you may borrow materials - just bring in your KIA membership/library card to get started.
Contact the Library
Phone: 269-349-7775, ext. 3166
New acquisitionsThe Detroit area is home to numerous significant works of public art in its parks, libraries, schools, and hospitals. Art in Detroit Public Places considers more than150 pieces, organized by section into six geographical districts of metropolitan Detroit. Each section is accompanied by a comprehensive street map for easy planning of walking or driving tours, and the artworks in it are presented with individual descriptive histories and photographs. The book includes a page on Marcia Wood, who is the subject of "Scaled Up: Sculpture by Marcia Wood," now at the KIA. Check the availability of Art in Detroit Public Places in the KIA library.
Coming up at the Library
- Apr 8 Art Detectives: Make an Impression!
- Apr 19 Book Discussion: Frida: A Novel of Frida Kahlo, by Barbara Mujica
- May 13 Art Detectives
- May 17 Book Discussion: Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs, by Sally Mann
To sign up, call 269-349-7775, ext. 3166, or email the library.