Open Access Resources for the At-Home Art Librarian

In the midst of worldwide quarantines and stay-at-home orders, several scholarly journals, publishers, and databases have made the decision to go “open” (or at least market their existing open resources). My colleague at the Peabody Essex Museum, Print Librarian Catherine Robertson, decided that this would be a great time to compile a list of open […]

Bringing the Visual to Digital Literacies

by Kristina Bush In August, I started working at the University of California, Berkeley as Digital Literacies Librarian. Prior to this position, I worked at the Sloane Art Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Though I wasn’t an art history / library science dual master’s student at UNC, I come from […]

ARLIS/NA SoCal Chapter Travel Awards – call for applications

The ARLIS/NA Southern California Chapter is pleased to announce that the travel award applications are open for the 48th annual ARLIS/NA conference, to be held in Saint Louis, Missouri, April 20-24, 2020. Application deadline for both travel awards is Friday, February 28, 2020. Recipients for the awards will be notified Friday, March 13, 2020. I highly encourage you […]

Please welcome our new Chapter Liaison, Veronica McGurrin!

The fast few years, I have worked as a Research Assistant in the Sloane Art Library and the Visual Research Library, both at UNC, as well as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Art and Art History. I have also held internships at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Library as well as a […]

Vote for ArLiSNAP’s New Logo Design!

ArLiSNAP is redesigning its logo, and we want your help! Help us pick the new foundation for our logo. Once chosen, we will determine the final presentation (colors, text placement, font, etc.), and share it in January 2020. Voting shouldn’t take much time, and closes December 1, 2019. Vote here: https://tinyurl.com/arlisnapvote   A little background […]