Opportunity: Call for Guest Writers for the ArLiSNAP Blog

The Blog Editors of Art Library Students & New ARLIS Professionals (ArLiSNAP) would like to invite guest writers to contribute to our blog: http://arlisnap.arlisna.org/ This writing opportunity is open to all! We welcome posts from art information paraprofessionals, professionals, students, and prospective art librarians! This could include anyone working with  visual and performing arts, new […]

Living Online with Our Libraries

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has eliminated memory and cultural institutions’ ability to offer in-person presentations and programs, many information professionals are spending their time finding new ways to optimize the impact of online presentations and programs. Brooklyn Public Library’s Center for Brooklyn History Reference Librarian Michelle Montalbano and Rhode Island School of Design Research and […]

ArLiSNAP Volunteer Positions Available!

Are you a student or new professional looking for opportunities to get involved in conversations around art librarianship? We are excited to announce two open ArLiSNAP volunteer positions to help you do just that! The Co-Moderators would like to thank those who served in these roles previously and look forward to getting interest forms from […]

Meet the ARLIS/NA SIGs Series: Management SIG

Co-Coordinators: Caitlin Kilgallen How can students and new professionals get involved in your SIG? And/or are there any projects in progress that need support they can provide? Students and new professionals are very welcome to join the SIG. The most urgent support I need right now is a co-chair(s). I put out a call on […]

How to Stop the Spread of Misinformation

In the wake of last week’s events in the U.S., today we’re sharing resources on how to stop the spread of misinformation. Check out the thread and reflect on ways you can help! This list is not exhaustive, and we welcome folks to share other resources via replies and direct messages. Conversations  There are differing […]

Meet the ARLIS/NA SIGs Series: Artist Files SIG

Co-Coordinators, Rebecca K. Friedman and Sara Ellis How can students and new professionals get involved in your SIG? And/or are there any projects in progress that need support that they can provide? Anyone interested in artist files is welcome to get involved! One good starting point would be to look at our website and contribute […]

Meet the ARLIS/NA SIGs Series: Exhibitions SIG

Responder: Carol Ng-He, Co-coordinator, Exhibitions SIG, & Exhibits Coordinator, Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Illinois How can students and new professionals get involved in your SIG? And/or are there any projects in progress that need support they can provide? The easiest and quickest way for students and new professionals to join us is to subscribe to […]

Meet the ARLIS/NA SIGs Series: Provenance SIG

Coordinators: Philip Dombowsky, Catherine Larkin How can students and new professionals get involved in your SIG? And/or are there any projects in progress that need support they can provide? Students usually get involved in the Provenance SIG through contact after ARLIS presentations or the ARLIS website as well as those employed in our digital projects. […]