We are teaming up with the Visual Resources Association’s Emerging Professionals And Students Group (VREPS) to hold our annual 2022 Fall Virtual Conference and invite you to save the date for November 5th, 2022 and join us!
This conference is open to all, but focuses on the needs of students and new professionals. Attendees interested in art librarianship or visual resource management will have the opportunity to learn from peers and celebrate each other’s work through virtual posters and presentations. Via this conference, we’re seeking to foster a sense of belonging and growth in our community, and we invite all interested students and new professionals to participate.
Our calls for students and new professionals to present in different sessions are outlined below. If you have any questions in the meantime, please send an email to ArLiSNAP: email@example.com.
SAVE THE DATE
The virtual conference will take place on Saturday, November 5th. The full program and registration information will be released on the ArLiSNAP blog and VREPS blog. To stay up-to-date, subscribe to the ArLiSNAP listserv, follow ArLiSNAP on Instagram, and check the VREPS blog.
- Wednesday, 10/19: Deadline for submissions
Please submit a form for each session category in which you are interested (see below!)
- Rolling basis: All applicants will be informed of the conference team’s decision for each submission
- Friday, 10/23: Deadline for selected submissions to accept participation in the conference
- Week of 10/31: Technology Check-In / (optional) practice session
- Tuesday, 11/01: Deadline for materials (virtual posters and presentation slides)
- Saturday, 11/05: Conference date
You are welcome to submit for more than one of the categories below. Please submit a form for each session category in which you are interested.
CALL FOR VIRTUAL POSTER PRESENTATIONS:
ArLiSNAP and VREPS welcome proposals from students and new professionals with an interest in art librarianship or visual resources management to share newly completed or in-progress projects, be they research or outcomes from an internship/practicum, at the virtual poster presentation at our 2022 Virtual Conference. This is an opportunity for emerging professionals to share their work in a supportive and engaging space while connecting with other students and early career information professionals. Proposals are open to individual presenters and co-presenters. Virtual posters will be available for asynchronous browsing by attendees, with a live Q&A for all presenters during the conference followed by a social hour. Formatting details will be sent if selected.
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS:
Fresh Eyes 2.0
Following the success of the inaugural Fresh Eyes session during our last virtual conference, we are bringing the Fresh Eyes session back.
Are you a student or emerging professional who solved a problem for your school or institution? Did you complete a project during an internship, suggest a new workflow that helped speed up digitization or researcher requests, or start an amazing new program for community members? We want to hear from you!
Students and emerging professionals have the opportunity to bring “fresh eyes” to an institution. These “fresh eyes” can often add valuable perspectives, allowing for opportunities to ask questions, make suggestions, and create new approaches to work that’s been done “the way we’ve always done it.” In the session, speakers will present via lightning talks case studies detailing how they experienced a workflow or problem, and how their suggestions and perspectives as students and emerging professionals helped create a better process or environment. This is a space for us to celebrate the valuable contributions students and emerging professionals can bring to an institution.
This session will feature virtual lightning talks of five to seven minutes from five to six presenters, followed by live Q&A.
CALL FOR STUDENT RESEARCH COLLOQUY:
Do you have an ongoing research project? Are you currently working on a thesis, dissertation, or paper for your program? If so, we’d love to hear about it and provide an opportunity for you to get feedback from other students and professionals in the field while it’s still in progress.
ArLiSNAP and VREPS invite you to share your current research initiatives in the field of art information and visual resource management.
Proposals can encompass ongoing or in-progress research and writing. This prompt is purposefully open-ended to encourage a variety of topics. Presentations from students and new professionals can be solo or collaborative if you are working with a larger team.
Presenters will provide an overview of their current project, share where they are at in their process, and where they feel they would like support, or share any questions that have come up throughout their research or writing process.
Following the presentations, the session will break out into virtual rooms organized around each presenter for a smaller group discussion. Participants can ask questions, offer feedback, and connect with one another to build a group of support for research and writing.
Please note we will confer with selected presenters if they wish to be recorded.
If you have any questions, please send an email to ArLiSNAP: firstname.lastname@example.org!
We hope to see you there!