ArLiSNAP & VREPS Virtual Conference – Oct. 26, 2019

ArLiSNAP (Art Library Students and New ARLIS Professionals) and VREPS (Visual Resources Emerging Professionals and Students) are pleased to announce our 2019 Fall Virtual Conference. The conference will take place at 1-3PM CST October 26, 2019.  Accessing the Arts: Trends, Innovations, and Challenges for the Information Professional As information professionals, we are charged not only […]

Midstates Chapter Fall Meeting, October 4-5 (Free for students!)

The ARLIS/NA Midstates Chapter Fall 2019 meeting will be held at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan on Friday, October 4. The $20.00 meeting fee is waived for students. To register, visit the ARLIS/NA Midstates Chapter website: http://midstates.arlisna.org/fall-2019-cranbrook/ Friday, October 4 8:30 – 9:00am, Breakfast, Welcome, and IntroductionsdeSalle Auditorium, Cranbrook Art Museum […]

Not Taught in School: Reflections on Publishing for the First Time

Hey there, ArLiSNAP blog readers! It’s been a minute since we had a feature blog post so I thought I’d drum something up for you. Today I wanted to talk about my first experience publishing an article (which is forthcoming). I wrote this a few weeks ago, but put off posting it so as not […]

Apply for the Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship!

Are you a current MLIS student in New England and interested in art librarianship, visual resources, and/or cultural heritage? Now is the time to apply for the Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship! The New England Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) is now accepting applications for the Elmar W. Seibel Scholarship. Applications […]

Job Opportunity: Architectural Records Project Processing Archivist, Harvard University

Duties and Responsibilities: The Property Information Resource Center (PIRC) is the principal archival repository for the records of Harvard University’s buildings and land. Our collections document the rich and varied history of Harvard’s built environment. The PIRC actively works on behalf of the University to collect, organize, steward, and make accessible the construction documentation of all […]

Please welcome our new Blog Editor, Courtney Hunt!

Hey ArLiSNAPpers – you may have noticed some changes here (new volunteers, job postings, blog content!), and we’re keeping that ball rolling by changing up the role of the Feature Post Writers. Since they’ll now be going by the title Blog Editor, as well as taking on some different duties, we thought it would be […]

Call for Presenters! ArLiSNAP / VREPS Joint Virtual Conference 2019

ArLiSNAP and the Visual Resource Association’s Emerging Professionals and Students group (VREPS) welcome proposals from students and new professionals with an interest in art librarianship or visual resources management to present their work at our 2019 Virtual Conference. Accessing the Arts: Trends, Innovations, and Challenges for the Information Professional As information professionals, we are charged […]

Please welcome our new Blog Editor, Sarah Bilotta!

Hey ArLiSNAPpers – you may have noticed some changes here (new volunteers, job postings, blog content!), and we’re keeping that ball rolling by changing up the role of the Feature Post Writers. Since they’ll now be going by the title Blog Editor, as well as taking on some different duties, we thought it would be […]

Please welcome our new Chapter Liaison, Colleen Farry!

Please join me in welcoming our new Chapter Liaison, Colleen Farry! Hi everyone! My name is Colleen Farry, and I’m excited to be one of the new Chapter Liaisons, serving alongside Meg Milewski. I’m an Assistant Professor and Digital Services Librarian at the University of Scranton, where I manage our library’s digital collections and related […]

Call for Proposals: TLA Plenary – The Many Publics of Performing Arts Collections

The Theatre Library Association seeks papers addressing the theme of the 2019 TLA Plenary Session at the ASTR Conference: The Many Publics of Performing Arts Collections. Librarians, archivists and curators work with performing arts collections in a variety of public and private institutions (libraries, archives, museums, private collections, working theatres, etc.) and serve a large […]