The “Art” of Job Hunting or How We Got From There to Here

ArLiSNAP Feature Post Writers Sarah and Courtney, both fresh from the job hunt process, describe their experience job searching as an art librarian and interview each other about the process in the hopes of starting a dialogue for all new job-seeking art librarians. Photo by Danielle MacInnes on Unsplash.  Sarah’s Experience: I decided to get my Master’s degree […]

Job Posting: Design Librarian – University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Description POSITION: Design Librarian RANK: Assistant or Associate University Librarian REPORTS TO: Head, Architecture & Fine Arts Library SALARY: Minimum Salary as Assistant University Librarian $54,035 Minimum Salary as Associate University Librarian $62,500 Actual salary will reflect selected professional’s experience and credentials The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries seeks a creative and service-oriented […]

Job Posting: Art Museum Librarian – College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

Description As part of a long-standing agreement between two committed institutions, the Worcester Art Museum Library serves as the Fine Arts branch of the College of the Holy Cross Libraries. The Worcester Art Museum Library serves not only Museum and Holy Cross constituents, but also the public, including families and community members from the broader […]

Tips For the Non-Art Librarian (or Notes From the Field)

This post is in the vein of the Hack Your Art Librarianship Program series from awhile back, but has been tailored to reflect what some people may be experiencing professionally–working in a library but not an art library or as an art librarian.  My ultimate career goal is to work as an art librarian. Even […]