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The Cloisters museum and gardens, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art of medieval Europe, is located in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan. Continue Reading
The ARLIS/NA executive board endorsed the College Art Association’s (CAA) Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts after careful consideration of the Code during the June 18, 2015, board meeting. Kristen Regina, president of ARLIS/NA, stated: “The code is an important... Continue Reading
The Ingalls Library recently reached a significant milestone. This past January, Cataloging and Reference Assistant Stacie Murry cataloged the 500,000th item to enter the collection. Continue Reading
Shortly after opening its doors in 1961, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art quickly oriented itself as an institution with a strong commitment to education and research, and the library was established as an integral part of carrying out those goals. Continue Reading
The Title Histories of the Periodical Literature of Art & Design is a title index that attempts to bring together, record, and present the title histories of the periodical literature for the art & design disciplines. (Open Access) Continue Reading
Information Competencies for Students in Design Disciplines, for the first time, compiles a list of core information literacy skills for students. Continue Reading
The Digital Image Database Standards Checklist (DIDSC) may be used as a guide to determine whether a particular electronic image product is appropriate for your library, campus, museum, or other institution. Continue Reading
The ARLIS/NA 2004 Art/Architecture Librarians and Visual Resource Professionals Compensation Survey consists of fundamental and contextual questions about art librarians and their associated compensation levels. Continue Reading
This brief resource guide was compiled in response to requests from members of the Architecture Section for more information about materials libraries and their development. Continue Reading
The NH schedule is designed for the classification of photography books of an artistic nature. Continue Reading
In the spring of 2003 the Public Policy Committee of the Art Libraries Society of North America hosted a point-counter-point session at its annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Continue Reading