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ARLIS/NA 46th Annual Conference 2018

Call for Poster Session Proposals

Deadline - Monday, September 25, 2017 11:59pm PDT

The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) will hold its 46th annual conference, "Out of Bounds,” in New York City, February 25-March 1, 2018. The New York Conference Program Committee encourages fellow librarians, archivists, curators, museum professionals, educators, artists, designers, architects, and scholars to propose poster sessions that share new ideas to expand the boundaries of art librarianship.

A poster session presents an idea through text and images that communicate the main concept without a presenter, but also facilitate conversations between the presenter and a small audience during scheduled viewing hours. Poster sessions often focus on projects, initiatives, strategies, tools, or works in progress. Sharing ideas and receiving feedback from colleagues in one-on-one conversation are ideal outcomes of a poster session, and presenting a poster can be a good entry point for those new to public speaking or participating in professional conferences.

Poster presenters will be responsible for printing posters and mounting them in the display area at the conference in advance of scheduled viewing times. Presenters will have a maximum area of 48" x 48" for display. (Panels and basic mounting supplies will be provided.)

Submit your proposals via our online submission form.

The deadline for submitting proposals is September 25, 2017. Poster sessions will be selected by the program committee and poster session coordinator, and acceptance notifications will go out by late October.

Please direct any questions to the Poster Coordinator and Program Co-Chairs:
Andrew Wang, Yale University
Dan Lipcan, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Lindsay King, Yale University

 

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