ARLIS/NA - Twin Cities

A local chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America

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ArLiSNAP + VREPS Virtual Conference – Nov 10

Logo for ArLiSNAP & VREP 2018 ConferenceArLiSNAP (Art Library Students and New ARLIS Professionals) and VREPS (Visual Resources Emerging Professionals and Students) are pleased to announce our 2018 Fall Virtual Conference: New Media Challenges and Solutions for Art Information Professionals. The conference will take place at 1pm CST November 10, 2018.

New media art, objects, and scholarly projects in the digital realm are challenging our traditional definitions and methodologies for collection, preservation, and research. We are pleased to welcome
 keynote speaker Coral Salomón, Digital Initiatives Librarian at the University of Pennsylvania. Our keynote lecture will be followed by an hour of presentations and a period of questions and conversation with our panel of speakers and conference attendees.
Our presenters will be:
  • Kat Buckley, University of Chicago
    No More Reality: Philippe Parreno and the Difficulties of Cataloging New Media
  • Jean Moylean, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
    Surveying Digital Media Production Workflows in Arts Institutions

Michelle Wilson, ArLiSNAP Conference Planning Liaison and Digital Publishing Librarian at Columbia University, will moderate the discussion.

Register HERE

ARLIS/NA 2019 Annual Conference Travel Awards Available

The ARLIS/NA Travel Awards Subcommittee is pleased to announce that Travel Award applications are open for the 47th annual ARLIS/NA conference, to be held in Salt Lake City, March 26 – 30, 2019.
Handy links:
Application deadline for all conference travel awards: Monday, November 26, 2018, 12:00 pm EST
 
Awards Open to Current ARLIS/NA Members:
Conference Attendance Award ($1000)
Eligibility: Individual member who serves as a committee member, group moderator, and/or chapter officer.
Purpose: To encourage participation in ARLIS/NA by assisting conference attendance by committee members, chapter officers, and moderators, of divisions, sections, and round tables.
Student Conference Attendance Award ($1000)
Eligibility: Student members who are active participants in ARLIS/NA and are currently enrolled in an accredited graduate program in Library Studies and/or Information Studies or have recently graduated (within 12 mos. of graduation).
Purpose: To encourage participation in ARLIS/NA by assisting students considering a career in art librarianship or visual resources to attend the annual ARLIS/NA conference.
Awards Open to All Eligible Applicants:
Student Diversity Award for Conference Attendance ($1000)
Eligibility: Students from a traditionally under-represented group who are currently enrolled in an accredited graduate program in Library Studies and/or Information Studies or have recently graduated (within 12 mos. of graduation).
Purpose: To encourage multicultural students considering a career in art librarianship or visual resources to participate in the activities of ARLIS/NA.
Howard Karno Award ($1000)
Eligibility: Art librarians residing in Latin America or Art Librarians residing in North America working with significant Latin American art/architecture research collections or researching subjects or themes related to Latin American art/architecture.
Purpose: To encourage professional development of art librarians who work to advance the study of Latin American art through interaction with ARLIS/NA colleagues and conference participation.
Judith A. Hoffberg Student Award for Conference Attendance ($1000)
About: Sponsored by the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) the Judith A. Hoffberg Student Award for Conference Attendance is given annually in honor of the founding of ARLIS/NA and its first president. The Art Libraries Society of North America was founded in 1972 by a group of art librarians attending the American Library Association annual conference in Chicago at the initiative of Judith Hoffberg.
Eligibility: Students who are currently enrolled in an accredited graduate program in Library Studies and/or Information Studies or have recently graduated (within 12 mos. of graduation).
Purpose: To encourage students considering a career in art librarianship or visual resources to participate in the activities of ARLIS/NA.
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