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ARLIS/NA Endorsement of Joint Statement of Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education About Racism in American History The Art Libraries Society of North America joins 130 other organizations in signing on to the American Historical Association, the American Association of University Professors,... Continue Reading
Meet ARLIS/NA member Carol Terry, Director Emerita of Library Services of the Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design. Continue Reading
The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) is proud to announce its “$50K for 50 Years” campaign to raise funds toward a professional development diversity fellowship in celebration of the organization’s 50th anniversary. The campaign represents one-way ARLIS/NA is... Continue Reading
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This report identifies the fundamental knowledge, behaviors, and skills currently essential to most professional positions within the art information field. (Open Access) Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA established ARLIS/NA Applauds, an annual award to honor outstanding achievements by an individual member or group in the preceding calendar year. Continue Reading
Upcoming ARLIS/NA Virtual Events ARLIS/NA Virtual Conference 2021, May 11-13. See Program and Registration Information here. Call for Proposals/Papers ARLIS/NA 2021 Virtual Conference (May 11-13, 2021) Call for Digital Posters. Deadline: April 6 2021 National Humanities Conference... Continue Reading
The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives is one of the truly excellent art libraries of Canada, somewhat battle-scarred and understaffed, but vibrant, growing, and perhaps uniquely positioned as an urban museum library with a strong connection to its communities. Continue Reading