The Museum Library Division seeks an incoming Vice Moderator to serve the division! Serving as the Vice Moderator for the Museum Division is a wonderful way to get involved in ARLIS/NA Leadership while advocating for museum libraries.
Please contact current Division Moderator Lauren Gottlieb-Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) and…[Read more]
We are inviting speaker proposals for the Book Art SIG meeting taking place in conjunction with the ARLIS/NA 52nd annual conference. The meeting will be held virtually on March 28th, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT. Please note that the virtual meeting is open to everyone, regardless of conference attendance.
To propose a lightning talk of 5-10 minutes,…[Read more]
The upcoming Book Art SIG meeting will take place on March 28 at 2 PM EDT. All ARLIS members are welcome regardless of whether you are registered for the Annual Conference.
Please look out for a call for lightning talks, coming soon!
Join Zoom…[Read more]
Katie Keller started the topic Apply now for the ARLIS/NA Conference Attendance and Travel Awards! in the discussion ARLIS/NA New York on ARLISNA Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) Travel Awards Subcommittee is now accepting applications for the ARLIS/NA Conference Attendance and Travel Awards to support attendance at the ARLIS/NA 52nd annual conference in Pittsburgh, PA on April 2-5, 2024. Applications are due January 10, 2024 by midnight EST throug…[Read more]
The Museum of Modern Art has recently adopted the Libguide platform to continue to facilitate easier, more approachable research to our patrons. This presentation will describe MoMA’s approach to creating libguides to support both our library and archival researchers by uniting the two. Our collaborative and inaugural libguide explores the…[Read more]
Kyle Olmon started the topic Job Posting: Library and Archives Assistant (Temp), Christie’s NY Library in the discussion ARLIS/NA New York on ARLISNA Commons 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Job Posting: Library and Archives Assistant (Temp), Christie’s NY Library
Apply here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3792207330/
Christie’s, the world’s largest Art Business, is an incredibly exciting & enriching place to start or continue your career. Whether you work within one of our Specialist Art Departments or in our mor…[Read more]
This semester our library created a new space in our Library, the Mindfulness Corner. Created out of concern for student mental health following the pandemic, the space is intended as a welcoming space for students to study, destress, regain focus, receive comfort and positive affirmations, and practice mindfulness. I will explain how this project…[Read more]
This lightning talk will cover how visual literacy can help us view and use primary sources for research and teaching purposes. We will look at some of the issues when using visual materials, what visual literacy standards can be followed to avoid these issues, and how these interactive objects can tell the stories of people, places, and things.
In this lightning talk, I will discuss my experience in leading the social media content for two different libraries. In creating digital content for an art and design college library, we highlight different projects, events, and resources for the university’s community. On the other hand, digital content for a medical library centers on bringing…[Read more]
The Whitney Museum of American Art recently published a video series called Shelf Exploration to its social media feeds. The project, a collaboration between our library and digital media teams, was conceived as a way to feature staff work and collections outside the typical scope of our digital communications, and to harness the show-and-tell…[Read more]
Cathryn Copper deposited Breaking Barriers: How Libraries Can Better Support Women Architecture Students for Professional Success in the group Architecture & Planning Section on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 1 week ago
Breaking Barriers: How Libraries Can Better Support Women Architecture Students for Professional Success
Cathryn Copper, Head, Eberhard Zeidler Library, University of Toronto
Canadian contemporary dancer and choreographer Karen Jamieson, based in Vancouver, BC, is nationally recognized for her work in community-engaged dance and cross-cultural collaborations with Indigenous communities since the early 1990s. The works that came out of these close collaborative relationships, captured in the Karen Jamieson Dance (KJD)…[Read more]
Emily Coxe started the topic SCIP Planning Meeting, Monday 1/22 in the discussion ARLIS/NA Stimulating Creativity in Practice (SCIP) SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
The planning meeting for SCIP’s activities at ARLIS/NA Pittsburgh is scheduled for Monday, January 22 at 1pm EST.
Here’s the Zoom link:
Thanks to everyone who responded. We look forward to scheming with you!
Emily Coxe, Moderator
Fong Ku, Vice-Moderator
Maggie and I are excited to announce our Lightning Round presenters!
Anna Boutin-Cooper, Research and Instruction Librarian, Ely Library, Westfield State University
Incorporating Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Library Instruction: Research & Instruction Librarian Anna Boutin-Cooper will discuss the ways she has transformed her critical, feminist…[Read more]
Maggie Murphy started the topic New Teaching SIG Blog Guest Post from Kendra Macomber in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey Teaching SIG friends!
I am writing to share that a new Teaching SIG Blog guest post by SIG member Kendra Macomber is up and ready for you to read. In this post, Kendra shares a lesson plan for guiding students through making connections between research and artistic practice. Check it out here: here:…[Read more]
Maggie Murphy edited the post Why Do Artists Research? A Lesson Plan for Art Students in the group Teaching SIG: on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Guest post by Kendra Macomber, Interim Head of Research Services, The Claremont Colleges Library
Why do artists research? This is a question I found bubbling under many of my interactions with art […]
Emily Coxe replied to the topic SCIP meeting notes & conference proposal in the discussion ARLIS/NA Stimulating Creativity in Practice (SCIP) SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Just a friendly reminder to respond to the poll by Friday if you’d like to be involved in some light planning for the Makerspace or Artists’ Talks.
Stefanie Hilles started the topic DEADLINE EXTENDED – Teaching SIG Lightning Round Proposals Due Dec 6th in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 3 weeks ago
The Teaching SIG is still seeking proposals for our Fall/Winter Lightning Rounds to be held December 14 at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT. We are looking for presenters to give 10-12 minute talks on any topic related to teaching in the art information professions, including (but definitely not limited to!): information and visual liter…[Read more]
Stefanie Hilles started the topic Call for Talks and Registration: Teaching SIG Fall/Winter Lightning Rounds in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 months, 4 weeks ago
Just a friendly reminder that the date and time of the 2023 Teaching SIG Fall/Winter Lightning Rounds will take place on December 14 at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT. Registration for the Lightning Round is now open; to register, please use this sign up link:
https://uncg.zoom.us/<wbr />meeting/register/tJErc-<wbr />yrqjMsH9C9n1DxWoS6HfrKQad-TM4s
In a…[Read more]
My colleagues and I have been exploring membership to the Urban Land Institute. We have noticed the user interface is not great and was wondering what your experiences have been working with this resource. Have you become ULI members? Is it worth it?
Your experience is much appreciated.
Kai Alexis…[Read more]
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