Libraries Society of North America 31st Annual Conference
Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland - March 20-26, 2003
held on Saturday March 22, 2003
Meeting was called to order by Susan Koskinen, moderator.
Susan welcomed everyone and thanked them for coming.
Alba Fernandez, from the Indianapolis Museum of Art, agreed to be the new
There was a discussion regarding the status and mission of the Space
Planners Roundtable. Those attending the meeting generally agreed that the
Roundtable could become discussion group but not without problems.
Attendance always varies and is usually predicated on those members that
have a current or future building project.
One idea proposed was that a formally designated moderator could organize
a meeting before each conference.
was also discussion about identifying members before the conference, who have
projects in all phases. It would be
nice to have such a list on the roundtable web site. One problem with just making the space planners a discussion
group is who will lead itů generally there is good attendance at the meeting
but without formal status who will lead is a problem. Additionally members need the documentation of participating
in a group, to get conference attendance funding.
4. There was discussion on proposal ideas for the New York conference. A session on moving a library was suggested.
Members discussed building projects with input from others.
of the projects discussed were:
Cleveland Museum of Art
Princeton Art and Architecture Library
School of Visual Arts, NYC
University of Iowa
Indianapolis Museum of Art
by Susan Koskinen
April 8, 2003