The Society's publication programs publish scholarly, professional, or practical work relating to art librarianship and visual resources curatorship.
The symbol represents Open Access publications.
A list of older publications can be found in the Publications Archive.
Identifies the fundamental knowledge, behaviors, and skills currently essential to most professional positions within the art information field.
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.
This preliminary report is the first publicly shared summary of the results of the Census of Art Information Professionals (2016).
Paradigmatic policy statements from academic, architecture, museum, and art school libraries, as well as from visual collections.
An invaluable tool that guides art librarians and visual resource professionals through the issues and challenges of creating competency standards and allied curricula.
The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) announces the publication of Fair Use in the Visual Arts: Lesson Plans for Librarians as an open-access e-book. The authors guide art information professionals in crafting learning experiences that empower students to understand copyright and take advantage of fair use in their art, design, and academic practices..
This free online publication compiles and presents the extensive survey information from 42 of the 59 ALA accredited library science programs in North America.
This set of competencies is an invaluable aid to librarians as they strive to define and delimit information literacy skills for students in design disciplines.
For any professional responsible for teaching about information resources in the areas of the fine arts, applied arts and architecture.
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. There is an emphasis on defining the title relationships and publishing histories of the periodicals.