Paid Fellowship Opportunity: Barra American Art Fellowship, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Barra American Art Fellowship The Philadelphia Museum of Art is looking to fill the Barra American Art Fellowship for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. This position is generously endowed by The Barra Foundation in honor of Robert L. McNeil, Jr., with additional support provided in 2017-18 by Mr. and Mrs. William C. Buck and from the […]

Job Posting: Curator – Robert C. Larson ’56 Art in the Library Program, Carleton College, Northfield, MN

Purpose of this Position The Curator, Robert C. Larson ’56 Art in the Library Program will lead the program of art and of book-related exhibitions for a liberal arts college library. The purpose of this program is to: Support the curriculum and student learning. Develop curricular-based exhibits working with specific faculty and courses. Highlight art, […]

Job Posting: Curatorial Associate, American Federation of Arts, NYC

The American Federation of Arts is seeking a Curatorial Associate to join its exhibition team. General Duties and Responsibilities: Coordinate curatorial aspects of select exhibitions Review and edit: proposals, checklists, marketing materials and educational didactics in consultation with Curator and Guest Curator Review and edit exhibition catalogue text as needed Draft, negotiate, and execute guest […]

Job Posting: Exhibit Coordinator (Temporary), Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, NY, NY

https://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1436286383093 The Columbia University Libraries seeks a creative, motivated and organized Exhibit Coordinator to provide coordination and operational support for the successful completion of the New York Nexus: Sheffield Farms Interpretive Exhibit in the Manhattanville campus. Reporting to the Director of the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, the Exhibit Coordinator will work with various […]

Library Science at Artspace, New Haven

Over at … might be good right now there is a post by Claire Ruud, who interviewed Rachel Gugelberger, curator of Library Science at Artspace, New Haven. When the library of the Brooklyn Museum invited Bunn to do a project with its recently discarded card catalogue, he arrived to find that the replacement online catalogue (Voyager) […]

Book As Sculpture Exhibition at Dodd Research Center

A cool exhibition at the Dodd Research Center highlights works created by students in a first year studio foundation art class.  Here’s the word from the Dodd’s blog: Given as an assignment to a first year studio foundation art class, students were challenged to consider the function of the book and encouraged to rethink its form […]

ARLIS/NA Lunchtime Chat Friday 10/1: “Breaking Out of the Glass Case: Collaborative Exhibitions in Library Spaces”

Join us for the first Lunchtime Chat of the 2010-11 season, tomorrow, Friday October 1. Chats are free and open to all; to view and participate in upcoming events, visit the ARLIS/NA Lunchtime Chats webpage at http://www.arlisna.org/chats/index.html . Scroll down for instructions and to enter the Meebo chat room. On behalf of the Professional Development/ […]

recommended blogs for art exhibit reviews

here’s a short list of “must-aggregate” art blogs: (The A-list!) Wooster Collective The Wooster Collective was founded in 2001. This site is dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world. Two Coats of Paint Two Coats of Paint posts reviews, commentary, and background information about painting and related […]