A Success Story: An Interview with Margaret Huang, Digital Archivist at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Can you tell us a little bit about your background, your current position, and how you got into the field of (art) librarianship? I received an MLIS from the University Pittsburgh in the Archives, Preservation, and Records Management track. I am currently the Digital Archivist at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I have been interested […]

Alt-Career Spotlight: Joanne Fenn, Collections Manager/Museum Registrar for the Kent State University Museum

This series of interviews features individuals who have received their MLIS/MSIS, but do not currently hold positions solely dedicated to art librarianship. Some may work in libraries and  have an interest or duties related to art librarianship, while others use their information science skills in fields outside of the traditional library setting. What is the […]

Hack Your MLIS Program: Visual Resources Librarianship

Hi Arlisnappers! After a yearlong absence, I am back on the blog as a feature post writer and excited to be a part of the ArLiSNAP team once again. I recently graduated with my MLIS and I currently work as the Director of Visual Resources at the University of Georgia. In April 2014, I shared […]

Upcoming ALCTS Webinar: How to Present a Webinar

ALCTS Webinar: How to Present a Webinar Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 All webinars are one hour in length and begin at 11am Pacific, noon Mountain, 1pm Central, and 2pm Eastern time. Description Webinars have become a standard continuing education tool. ALCTS is committed to creating new webinars on emerging issues for all technical services […]

Pasadena 2013 Post-Conference Evaluation

Welcome back, everyone! For those who made it to Pasadena, hope you all had uneventful travel home and are back in the swing of things. Via ARLIS-L and next year’s conference planners: the Pasadena Post-Conference Evaluation is available through tomorrow, May 10. Share your thoughts on this year’s conference scheduling, session content, workshops and tours, […]

Seeking Fashion Photographer(s) for the ARLIS/NA Conference!

Are you a fashion blogger or photographer, or have always wanted to give it a try? Do you have an appreciation for librarian style in particular? Will you be at the 2013 ARLIS/NA conference in Pasadena? If you answered “yes” to these, consider volunteering as an ARLIS correspondent to Librarian Wardrobe! Our own Heather Koopmans […]

Bring Your Own Conference (BYOC) to Pasadena

Have you heard?  ARLIS/NA is instituting an unconference at Pasadena. We invite you to attend the Bring Your Own Conference (BYOC) session on Sunday April 28, 2013 from 2:30pm – 4:00pm. Join organizers and colleagues to determine the program topics and break into small groups for discussion and presentations.  This is an opportunity to extend conversations with […]

Reminder: Lunchtime chat today!

Happy Friday, arlisnappers! Be sure to join us at 2pm EST/11am PST at http://arlisna.speeqe.com/ for today’s ARLIS/NA lunchtime chat, “Preparing for Pasadena.” “Please join us for an informal and informative discussion about the ARLIS/NA community and our upcoming conference! Learn more about fun things to do in Pasadena, tips for getting the most out of […]

Lunchtime Chat!

Mark your calendars for an upcoming pre-conference lunchtime chat, organized by ARLIS/NA’s Professional Development Education Sub-Committee. Preparing for Pasadena: Crafting Your 2013 ARLIS/NA Conference Experience Friday, April 5th, 2013 11am Pacific – 12pm Mountain – 1pm Central – 2pm Eastern Guests: Cathy Billings, Brand Library & Art Center Sarah Sherman, Getty Research Institute Alyssa Resnick, […]

Student Lodging for ARLIS/SE Fall Meeting in Durham

Are you a student attending the ARLIS/SE Fall meeting in Durham, North Carolina? Are you still trying to find a place to stay? ArLiSNAP might be able to help! We have some contacts and might be able to track down a couple of spare rooms in the houses of other ARLIS members in the area. […]