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 […]

ARLIS Midstates Chapter Announcement/CFP for students

Have you recently completed research on a topic related to art librarianship, including museums, visual resources, special collections, teaching and learning,  outreach and audience engagement, or digital stewardship?  Would you like to share your research and findings with the ARLIS/NA Midstates and gain valuable presentation experience? The ARLIS/NA Midstates chapter is currently soliciting student proposals […]

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 […]

Tour the Glass House with the New England and NY Chapters

ArLiSNAP members are invited to join the New England and New York Chapters for a 2-hour group tour of The Glass House in New Canaan, CT on Monday, July 22nd at 1pm. If interested, sign up here. Registration is first-come, first-served, and your spot isn’t secured until payment. New England and New York chapter members receive […]

Diary of an early career art librarian: Bullet journaling and the mediation of past, present, and future

Hi ArLiSNAPpers! I presented a poster at this year’s national ARLIS/NA conference titled “Diary of an early career art librarian: Bullet journaling and the mediation of past, present, and future”. Since the topic obviously has a lot to do with the conversations we’re having at ArLiSNAP, and because I know a lot of us can’t […]

Report Back from ARLIS/NA 2019: Two First-Timers Share Their Thoughts

Greetings ArLiSNAP-ers! Many of us volunteers are back at work after attending the ARLIS/NA Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, UT. A few of us were first-timers, and Courtney and Autumn got to thinking that some reflections might be useful or interesting to those students or new professionals who haven’t had the chance to attend […]

Fall 2018 U.S. Chapter Meetings are Underway

Hit close to home with ARLIS/NA by attending your regional chapter meeting! Upcoming meetings dates for United States chapters are below (in alphabetical order). Some require preregistration or fees, so check the websites for chapter-specific information. Have fun, and keep in touch about your experiences on our Slack! Central Plains 10/18-20 | St. Louis, MO […]

ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter 2018 Fall Chapter Meeting in Vancouver, BC – Fast Approaching!

Registration is now open for the joint ARLIS/NW + VRA-PRC 2018 Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC! When Friday, October 12, 2018 Where Emily Carr University of Art + Design Ron Burnett Library + Learning Commons 520 E 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A7   Preliminary Program – ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter and VRA business meetings – Talk on […]

Call for Proposals: ArLiSNAP and VREPS November 2018 Virtual Conference

ArLiSNAP and VREPS welcome proposals from students and new professionals with an interest in art librarianship or visual resources management to present their work at our 2018 Virtual Conference: New Media Challenges and Solutions for Art Information Professionals   New media art, objects, and scholarly projects in the digital realm are challenging our traditional definitions […]

Brooks McNamara Performing Arts Librarian Scholarship

Sponsored by the Theatre Library Association, this scholarship acknowledges outstanding accomplishments of promising students specializing in performing arts librarianship and currently enrolled in an ALA-accredited MLIS program or an archival training program. This year’s theme: “How can performing arts library/archives professionals help create a more equitable and inclusive society?” You might want to discuss what initiatives you […]