ARLIS/NA Mid-Atlantic

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America

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Symposium at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, October 16-17

Register now for Shifting Terrain: Mapping a Transnational American Art History at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on October 16–17, 2015!

The increasing internationalization of the study of American art has altered the topography of the discipline in ways that are widely acknowledged but not yet clearly defined. This two-day event will map out the changes that are occurring in the field of American art as it becomes enmeshed in a global art history. Sessions will examine current trends of inquiry and suggest new directions for scholarship. Shifting Terrain is the capstone event in the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s five-part series The Terra Symposia on American Art in a Global Context, initiated in 2006 with support from the Terra Foundation for American Art. More information along with speakers’ bios can be found online at AmericanArt.si.edu/terra15.

ARLIS/DMV in Pasadena

Last week’s ARLIS/NA 41st Annual Conference in Pasadena was a great success, due in part to the active participation of so many of our local colleagues. We provide here a list of chapter members’ conference activities in Pasadena. For those who were not able to attend the conference, we will update the list as the proceedings, presentations, and minutes are published in the coming months. In the meantime, we look forward to increasing our chapter’s presence at next year’s conference here in DC.

Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) 41st Annual Conference, “Crafting our Future”

Pasadena, CA, April 25-29, 2013
http://www.arlisna.org/pasadena2013/

Conference Networking Guides:

  • Roger Lawson (National Gallery of Art)
  • Heather Slania (National Museum of Women in the Arts)
  • Julia Wisniewski (Library of Congress)

APRIL 26, 2013

Workshops:

  • ARLIS/NA Yearlong Career Mentoring: Crafting our Future Leaders

Instructors: Anna Simon (Georgetown University) and Heather Slania (National Museum of Women in the Arts)

  • The Art of GLAM-Wiki: The Basics of Sharing Cultural Knowledge with the World on Wikipedia

Instructor: Sara Snyder (Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution)

  • Crafting Assessment Questions: Creating the Tools to Assess Information Literacy Objectives for Art and Design

Instructor: Kathy Clarke (James Madison University)

Session:

  • New Voices in the Profession

Moderator: Jenna Rinalducci (George Mason University)

Special Interest Group Meetings:

  • Crafting a Thesaurus: An Update on the Artists’ Books Thesaurus from the Book Arts SIG

Presenter: Heather Slania (National Museum of Women in the Arts)

  • Artists’ Files Special Interest Group

Presenters and Participants: Anne Simmons (National Gallery of Art), Heather Slania (National Museum of Women in the Arts), and Sarah Osborne Bender (The Phillips Collection)

APRIL 27, 2013

Sessions:

  • Artists’ Books: Turning the Page to the Future

Presenter: Tony White (Maryland Institute College of Art), “Contemporary Artist’s Books Artist’s Publishing”

  • Archaeology Archives: Excavating the Record

Presenters: Lucie Stylianopoulos (University of Virginia), “Managing the Digital Dig: Partnerships and Progress on the ArchaeoCore Metadata Project” and Shalimar Fojas White (Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection), “Surveying the Survey: Archival Processing, Buildings Archaeology, and Online Outreach”

  • Emerging Technology Forum

Presenter: Bettina Smith (Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution), “Tumblr: A How-to”

  • The Evolution of Art Reference and Instruction: Outreach, Overlay, Online

Moderator: Anna Simon (Georgetown University)

Poster Sessions:

  • Mary Anne Dyer (Virginia Commonwealth University), “Full Speed Ahead: The Challenges of Cataloging a Historic Editorial Cartoon Collection”
  • Sarah Osborne Bender (The Phillips Collection), “History and Identity: Experiments in Creative Institutional Blogging”

APRIL 28, 2013

Sessions:

  • Gift Horses: Contending with Donated Labor and Library Materials

Presenter: Jacqueline Protka (Corcoran Gallery and Corcoran College of Art + Design), “I Don’t Do Copying” Structuring a Meaningful Library Internship”

  • To the Front! Bringing Collections and Librarian Expertise into User Communities and the Classroom

Presenter: Yuki Hibben (Virginia Commonwealth University), “Crafting Hybrid Library/Studio Courses to Enhance the Arts Curriculum”

Membership Meeting:

  • 2014 ARLIS/NA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

Presented by the conference planning committee co-chairs: Megan Halsband (Library of Congress), Roger Lawson (National Gallery of Art), Anne Simmons (National Gallery of Art), and Kathy Woodrell (Library of Congress)

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