ArLiSNAP 2018 Member Survey

Hello new and seasoned ArLiSNAP members! So we can provide the best content possible, we’re asking you to take a member survey. It typically takes about 5 minutes to complete. This will let us know a little about you, and help us plan content that fits your needs as students and new professionals. Thank you in advance for your feedback!

2018-2020 ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator Candidates!

Hello! Please vote for our new ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator for 2018-2020 via Google Form by March 11th. The candidates, listed alphabetically, are as follows: Mya Frieze Michele Jennings Mackenzie Salisbury Marianne Williams You can learn more about each candidate from their short answers below.   Mya Frieze, Graduate Student (Art History and MLIS) and Program Assistant, […]

Join ArLiSNAP at the 2018 ARLIS Winter Conference!

The ARLIS 2018 Winter Conference will be held in New York City from February 25-March 1. Registration for the conference is now open, and we hope that you’ll consider attending one of ArLiSNAP’s events while you’re in town. Attend our Annual Meeting Sunday February 25 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm At our annual meeting we will discuss […]

ARLIS/NA Conference to be held in Montréal in 2021!

ARLIS/NA Conference in Montréal, Canada in 2021 Original post by Jessica Herbert, ARLIS/NA MOQ, Nov 20, 2017. See full post here In 2021, we invite you to discover Montréal: one of the largest French speaking cities in the world, a UNESCO city of Design, a festival town, a food lover’s paradise, an art metropolis, a […]

Introducing Feature Post Writer Sarah Bilotta!

Hi, everyone! I am so excited to be a part of ArLiSNAP as a Feature Post Writer. I graduated with my MLIS (with a concentration in Archival Studies) in May 2017 from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. From 2013-2018 I worked in an academic performing arts library. I am currently a cataloger for an art […]

Canadian Librarians Spotlight: An Interview with Mark Black

What is the name of the employer/institution you work for? Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Can you tell us a little bit about your background, your current position, and how you got into the field of (art) librarianship? I’m currently the manager of the Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives at Banff Centre. I […]

Please welcome our new Conference Liaison, Michelle Wilson!

Hello everyone – I’m excited to join ArLiSNAP’s volunteers as your new Conference Liaison! I moved to New York from Boston about about two and a half years ago to take my current job at Oxford University Press where I am an editor for Art Reference. In Boston, I earned my bachelor’s from Tufts University […]

Please welcome your new Communications Liaison, Marie Andrews!

Hi SNAPpers! I’m Marie, your ArLiSNAP Communications Liaison.  I volunteered with this group to learn about the great things going on, and to share all this good info with you. I have a bachelor’s in Fine Arts and master’s in environmental design while taking some American studies courses on the side. Over the years a […]

Please welcome your new Student Liaison, Christain Hartman!

Hello there everyone! My name is Christain and I am excited to volunteer as the Student Liaison for ArLiSNAP! I was so happy to come across this group as it is a fantastic resource. It is my hope to help share it with others who are interested in becoming part of the art and museum […]

Head, Reference Services | National Gallery of Canada

Position Title:  Head, Reference Services Competition #:  17-OC-48 Posting Date:  May 18, 2017 Closing Date:  May 28, 2017 Department:  Library, Archives & Research Fellowship Programs Working Hours:  Full time (37.5 hours per week) Employment Tenure:  Indeterminate Classification:  Band 8 Salary  $68,232 – $80,240/Year Number of Positions:  1 Language Requirements:  English CBC/French CBC (reading, writing, oral) […]