ArLiSNAP’s Next Coordinator Suzanne Walsh

Please join me in welcoming Suzanne as Art Library Students and New ARLIS Professional (ArLiSNAP)’s next coordinator.  Ms. Walsh will succeed Bryan Loar after his two-year term ends in March.  With ArLiSNAP’s momentum building, Ms. Walsh and other current coordinator, Rosemary Davis, are poised to take the group to the next level.

Ms. Walsh received her Bachelor of Arts in art history from Williams College, her Master of Arts in art history, and her Master of Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She currently works as an independent consultant in New York City.

Ms. Walsh contributed to the success of the 2010 Art Libraries Society of North America Web 2.0 Kiosk, and she will be presenting on social media at the Engaging New Technologies session at the 2011 joint conference for the Visual Resource Association and the Art Libraries Society of North America.

A special thanks goes to all the candidates who submitted their candidacy to this year’s election.  Thank you for offering your service, and we hope that you will remain involved in other capacities.

If you’d like to get involved, please join us at our joint ArLiSNAP + VRA annual meeting.  Not going to the conference?  We’ll be discussing initiatives for the upcoming year and announcing ways that you can become involve.

Sincerely,

Bryan Loar

ArLiSNAP Coordinator 2009-2011

ARLIS/NA Membership Chair 2010-2011

About the Art Libraries Society of North America
Founded in 1972, Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) is devoted to fostering  in art librarianship and visual resources curatorship.  The Society is a dynamic and diverse organization, representing over 1,000 individuals and organizations spanning the United States, Canada, Mexico, and overseas.  For more information, please visit arlisna.org.

About Art Library Student and New Professionals
Art Library Students and New ARLIS Professionals (ArLiSNAP) is a special interest group within ARLIS/NA.  The group’s mission is to provide an open forum for sharing ideas pertinent to art librarianship amongst its constituency and the world beyond.  For over seven years, ArLiSNAP has continuously provided ARLIS/NA with thought leadership and innovative programming.  For more information, please visit, arlisnap.org.

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