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The Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo is the oldest art museum in São Paulo, SP, Brazil. It is committed to improving the public experience with visual arts, by studying, preserving and supporting its collections. Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA Executive Board endorsement of AAMD Resolution Urging Art Museums to Provide Paid Internships. Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA cancelled its 48th Annual Conference in St. Louis, MO originally scheduled to be held April 20-24 because of the serious health risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. In lieu of in-person meetings, a selection of virtual sessions and workshops focusing on the conference theme "Preserve,... Continue Reading
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Courtney Hunt, Art & Design Librarian (Assistant Professor), Fine Arts Library, The Ohio State University Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA Executive Board's endorsement of the ALA statement on COVID-19. Continue Reading
Stacy Brinkman, Head of Education and Outreach, University of California-Irvine Libraries Continue Reading
State of Academic Libraries 2019 Lead: Academic Library Division Academic art collections support the research, teaching and discovery of art information in institutions of higher education. Art information professionals serve as teachers and research partners within the arts community on... Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA 50th Anniversary Task Force Lead: Lindsay King, Advancement Liaison In 2022, ARLIS/NA will celebrate a milestone anniversary! The 50th Anniversary Task Force is being formed to help inspire initiatives and coordinate activities to mark the event. Chaired by the Advancement Liaison, the... Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA asks OCLC to implement a tiered pricing model for WorldCat Discovery subscriptions that offers a more equitable rate for smaller libraries. Continue Reading
This preliminary report is the first publicly shared summary of the results of the Census of Art Information Professionals (2016). (Open Access) Continue Reading