This pioneering web-based resource represents a giant step forward in providing access to one of the most important "hidden" collections in art libraries, the Artist Files. (Open Access) Continue Reading
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Over the more than 40 years since our founding, our collection has grown to be the premier institution for the study of comics and cartoon art. Continue Reading
What used to be a red-bricked fortress is now a cathedral of space. In a renovated and repurposed building that’s more than 100 years old, the Mui Ho Fine Arts Library (FAL) opened its doors to the public just over a year ago. Continue Reading
Andrew Wang, Architecture Librarian, University of Oregon Continue Reading
A guide for aritsts, their assistants, and others managing and preserving an artist's studio archives. (Open Access) Continue Reading
The ARLIS/NA Advocacy and Public Policy Committee announces a report outlining best practices and resources for job recruitment in the art information field. (Open Access) Continue Reading
This series of publications on best practices, created by the ARLIS/NA Cataloging Advisory Committee, is devoted to providing practical guidance to catalogers working with art exhibition publications. (Open Access) Continue Reading
ARLIS/NA Executive Board statement against anti-black racism and violence. Continue Reading
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