Tickner, L. (2008) Hornsey 1968: the art school revolution. London: Frances Lincoln.
May 28 2018 is the 50th anniversary of the student sit-in at Hornsey College of Art's Crouch End building. CLICK HERE for more information about the occupation and its repercussions on art and design education. The Hornsey College of Art was one of the institutions which joined to create Middlesex Polytechnic in 1973 and eventually became Middlesex University. The HCA archive is held in the Materials Room in the Basement of the Sheppard Library at Middlesex University.
The Illustrated Book Collection
This has a wide range of historical and contemporary illustrated books, for children and adults. It is available in the Basement of the Sheppard Library and is arranged by illustrator. The books can be searched for on the library catalogue. Click here for more information.
MoDA holds wallpaper and textile samples, designs, books, journals and ephemera. You can browse the collections from their website at www.moda.mdx.ac.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a study room appointment.
MoDA is a 10 minute walk from Hendon campus at::
MoDA Collections Centre
9 Boulevard Drive, Beaufort Park
Tel: 020 8411 5244
The Sheppard Library holds an amazing collection of vintage and contemporary comics, showing a wide range of graphic styles. There are children's, underground publications sci-fi and manga, and many others. This collection is available in the Materials Room which is in the Basement of the Sheppard Library.
Click here for more information about the Comics Collection.
This home page gives an overview of the special collections available in the Sheppard Library and at MoDA (Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture). You can click on the tabs above or links below to get more information.
The collections included are:
Hornsey College of Art Archive
Illustrated Books Collection
John Lansdown Archive
Library of Historic Advertising
Middlesex Ephemera Collection
MoDA: Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture
Special Books Collection
The Special Books Collection is a small library of books which for reasons of age, rarity, fragility or special format are kept separately. The titles include many artists' books and the fashion publication Visionaire. Click here for more information about the Special Books Collection.
This is a broad ranging collection of manufacturers' product samples.
Items include fabrics, glass, plastics, wire mesh, marble, paper, paint and laminates. The information is arranged in categories and items may be borrowed from this collection for two weeks.
Click here for more information about the Samples Collection.
The Materials Room (Sheppard Library, Basement) is usually open from 11am to 4pm (Monday to Friday) during term-time. For access during vacations contact email@example.com or telephone 020 8411 5044.
The Fashion Collection is a collection of clothes, accessories, fabrics and haberdashery items from Victorian times to the present day.
The Collection is kept in the Materials Room (Sheppard Library, Basement) and is usually open from 11am-4pm Monday to Friday during term-time. If you can't visit the room between these hours you may be able to book an appointment by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for more information about the Fashion Collection.