This is an open thread to collect useful free-web image links. Post urls and descriptions in the comments below.
The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, seeks a full-time, experienced cataloguer and technical services librarian. The library contains material that supports research on works of art in the museum’s permanent collection and the history of the museum. The Techinical Services Librarian plans, coordinates and carries out library’s technical services in consultation with […]
New Voices 2: Atlanta 2007 Organizer/Moderator: Sarah Falls New Voices 2 showcases exceptional academic work by students and new professionals (under 5 years post MLS), including the Gerd Muesham award winning paper. For some of our participants, this may be a first-time opportunity to present their work at a professional conference. Veteran ARLIS members will […]
I just wanted to send out a big, public thank-you to Intute for indexing ArLiSNAP. to view our entry, go to here. “Intute is a free online service providing access to the very best web resources for education and research. All material is evaluated and selected by a network of subject specialists to create the […]
Check out the “Job of a Lifetime” feature on Claudia Covert in the October 2006 issue of College and Research Library News. The article profiles Claudia’s job as the head of Reader Services at RISD Library, “Covert encourages librarians to consider art librarianship. She loves working with visual communities, the meshing of images with text, […]
Heather Saunders is an up-and-coming art library student based out of Toronto. Some of you may remember her talk, “Internet Art and the Archivist’s Conflicting Roles” from the New Voices in the Profession panel at Banff earlier this year. Heather is now blogging at Heather’s Art Blog. Check out her artist’s statement as well as […]
For an in-depth summary of the VRA-GL chapter meeting held last week, please go to http://bryanloar.blogspot.com/2006/10/vra-great-lakes-chapter-fall-meeting.html. Thanks :-)
I’d like to hear from others who are new in the field – what’s it like to go through the publication process? Any tips on submitting manuscripts? What comes next if your manuscript is accepted? I found Mary Bucholtz’s advice to be pretty helpful. What do others think?
For anyone who feels like puddle-jumping for some training with our UK & Ireland colleagues on November 17th: Climbing the ladder: developing your career in art librarianship A practical one day workshop for anyone interested in looking at ways to develop their careers in art librarianship; especially suitable for newly qualified professionals aiming to get […]
Because the NYT Guggenheim feed had become unpredictable, I’ve exchanged the feed for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s podcasts. If you would like to know more about the Met’s podcasting program, please go to http://www.metmuseum.org/events/ev_podcast.asp. Thanks, B.Loar