Saturday, April 27 8:30 PM: leaving from the hotel lobby and going to El Cholo Cafe at 260 East Colorado Blvd. We may adjourn to another bar. Email suzannewalsh[at]gmail.com for a phone number if you’re running late and want to know where we are/if […]
We’ve decided to extend voting until 11:59 PM Eastern Time on Wednesday. Vote here. Voting is currently tied between Ellen Tisdale and Jasmine Vasandani so yours could be the deciding vote!
Going to ArLiS/NA Pasadena? Meet us there! April 26th at 12:30 PM What will we be discussing? The connection between student groups, local groups and ArLiSNAP and ascertaining how ArLiSNAP and ArLiS at large may be of use to these groups Are there other ways to connect to ArLiSNAP members for discussion such as twitter, […]
Job Opening: Architectural Archivist Safdie Architects currently has an opening for an architectural archivist to assume oversight and responsibility for the Safdie Archive at McGill University, with a primary focus on preparing project materials for shipment to and inclusion in the archive. The Safdie Archive is one of the most extensive individual collections […]
The poll for ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator for 2013-2015 is now up here. You can find out more about the two candidates in the comments here. Voting ends Friday, April 19th. Good luck!
Looking for a way to help out? We are looking to have someone take minutes for our meeting at the ArLiS/NA conference in Pasadena (Friday, April 26th at 12:30 PM). Your reward? Our undying love. And chocolate.
ArLiSNAP is still seeking self-nominations for ArLiSNAP Co-moderator for 2013-2015 until this Monday. You can post your nomination here.
The new co-moderator will serve a term of 2 years, to be staggered with another co-moderator (currently Stephanie Grimm), beginning on the first of May. Co-moderator responsibilities are to coordinate special projects, advance the concerns of students and new professionals within ARLIS/NA, and run the annual meeting and student pub stop at the annual ARLIS/NA […]
What is Pecha Kucha? No, it’s not what your grandmother called you as a child. It’s a rapid-fire, image-based presentation format. Presenters have 20 images up for 20 seconds each, for a 6 minute and 40 second presentation. Started in 2006 in Japan as a way to showcase architects’ portfolios, it has spread worldwide. This […]
ARLIS/NA 41st Annual Conference: Call for Emerging Technology Forum Presenters The Conference Program Committee, the Professional Development Committee, and the Art Library Students & New ARLIS/NA Professionals Section (ArLiSNAP) are joining forces to bring an exciting new program to the Pasadena conference! The Emerging Technology Forum will feature presenters sharing their knowledge of cutting-edge technologies […]