Mini Libraries Exhibit

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Two mini libraries made from metal tins, featuring various 3d printed items.

Mini Libraries Exhibit

In collaboration with the Carmel Clay Public Library, we are proud to feature the works of the Teen Library Council in creating their own miniature library shelves. The teens combined miniaturist techniques learned here at the Museum of Miniature Houses with modern technologies like 3D printing to showcase their individuality. This partnership illuminates what is possible with access to technology and stewardship of knowledge provided by libraries. Whether you sort your own shelves by author, subject, or color, you can find your favorite mini library and be inspired to create your own.

These inventive miniature libraries are on display now through Sunday, November 27th. Visit the new Carmel Clay Library to learn more about this partnership and the Teen Library Council.

Miniature Libraries on loan from Michael Cherry and the Carmel Clay Public Library.


Fri ‒ Sat: 11am ‒ 4pm
Sun: 1pm ‒ 4pm

General: $10
Seniors 65+ / Military: $8
Children ( aged 3-9 ): $5

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Carmel, IN 46032
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