Gabriella Radujko is an interdisciplinary American artist whose work is a response to her practice as a librarian.

Motivated to keep select narratives relevant, she re-contextualizes poems and works of non-fiction as fine art and artist books for new audiences. Agriculture, the mother of all arts, and “making special," a human behavior described by the scholar Ellen Dissanayake have influenced and guided her work.

Radujko received her Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University (2005) and a B.A. in Communication from William Paterson University (1999).

She is currently working on two manuscripts.  One is a children's picture book about her immigration experience.  The other is a novel which captures life in "Libraryland," a term coined by the late Robert White, former Executive Director of BCCLS for over 30 years. The novel explores surrealism, librarianship, the book as an object, and the personal papers of my paternal grandfather.

Her studio is located in Erector Square in New Haven, Connecticut.


2005 Rutgers University, MLIS

1999 William Paterson University, BA Communication

Solo Exhibitions

2023 A Book is a Knot: a 72 square foot gallery and library, Stonington, CT

2022 From Librarian to Homoaestheticus, Millbrook Public Library, Millbrook, NY

From Librarian to Homoaestheticus, Mercy by the Sea Retreat and Conference Center, Madison, CT

From Librarian to Homoaestheticus, Mystic & Noank Library, Mystic, CT202

2019 Things as They Are, Collective Gallery, Cliffside Park, NJ

Selected Group Exhibitions and Publications

2023 Slater Museum Shop, Norwich, Connecticut

2022 Book Paper Scissors, Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Library, Philadelphia, PA

2021 Unprecedented Times: a Socially Distanced Art Project, Esther Klein Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2020 New London Book Arts Festival, Harris Place Atrium, New London, CT

2020 The Kerf, Edition, published by the College of the Redwoods, Crescent City, California

2019 Older but Younger, City-Wide Open Studios @ Erector Square, New Haven, CT

2019 5th Annual Branford Shoreline Art Festival, Branford, CT

2019 It Will Happen to Me as to Them, cover art, Up the Staircase Quarterly

2019 Theorizing that Miniature Books are Made from Pencils, cover art, DASH Literary Journal, California State University

2018 Book Paper Scissors, Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Library, Philadelphia, PA

2018 Well-being, City-Wide Open Studios @ Erector Square, New Haven, CT

2018 Ark/\Hive, Institute Library, New Haven, CT

2017 Book Paper Scissors, Free Library of Philiadelphia, Parkway Central Library, Philadelphia, PA

2010 India Time Walks with Angels, Peedam, Tamil Nadu, India, electronic book

2007 Love it and Leave it: Australia's Creative Diaspora by Nathalie Latham, transcription services

Curatorial Projects and Creative Projects

2021 Layers: The Art Life of Carolyn Shattuck, artist book review

2020 The Church with an Overshot Wheel, Co-producer

2020 Mystic Film Festival, Executive board member and Development Director

2015 Faces of Westchester Libraries: Reilly League of Artists, Bronxville Public Library, Bronvxille, NY

2015 Temari: Expression Through Memory and Color | Bronxville Public Library, Bronxville, New York

2015 Considering Landscape: a Tour of the Library’s Art Collection, Bronxville Public Library, Bronxville

2014 Strut: The Peacock and Beauty in Art, Hudson River Museum, Tonkers, NY

2013 Bronze in the Digital Age: Rodin Reanimated through Music, Bronxville Public Library, Bronxville, New York