We regret to inform you that ARLIS/NA will not be holding its 48th Annual Conference in St. Louis, MO because of the serious health risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Wednesday, April 22 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
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Take a self-guided tour of your ARLIS/NA colleagues' work, which will incite your curiosity, bring new insights to the profession, and turn your sights onto innovative practices.

1.    Artist Files in the Transit Library: Connecting Collections
Bronwyn Dorhofer, Research Librarian, Sound Transit

2.    Artists Need Visual Literacy: Why Universities with Art and Design Programs Should Require Visual Literacy Courses Designed for Studio Art Majors through the Use of Feminist Pedagogy
Jackie Fleming, Visual Literacy and Resources Librarian, Indiana University-Bloomington

3.    As easy as 1, 2, 3: A model for organizing artists’ books
Yuki Hibben, Curator of Books and Art, Special Collections and Archives, Virginia Commonwealth University

4.    Assessing the Needs of Scholarly Users of NYARC’s Web Archives
Mary Bakija, MLIS Student, Pratt Institute

5.    Benchmarking Library Social Media Channels to Increase Engagement
Phoebe Stein, Digital Services Librarian, School of Visual Arts, NYU

6.    Comics & Graphic Novels in the Liberal Arts - Building a Collection from the Ground Up
Janis DesMarais, Visual Literacy and Arts Librarian, College of the Holy Cross

7.    Digital Humanities, Fair Use, and New Art Technologies
Julie Carman, Research Librarian, Central Washington University

8.    Exotic Animals in Japanese Art: Curation, Collaboration, and Experiential Learning Using Library Exhibit Space
Christiane Ramsey, Visual Arts Librarian and Timothy M. Davis, Asian Studies Librarian, Brigham Young University

9.    La France Sauvée ou le Tyran Détrôné: A Dramaturgical Casebook
Angela Weaver, Fine & Performing Arts Librarian, University of Puget Sound

10.    The Francis Bedford Archive: Nineteenth-Century Architectural Photography in England and Wales
Claralyn Burt, Academic Year Graduate Intern, National Gallery of Art

11.    Leveling the Playing Field: Board Games as Critical Collections
Shaleigh Westphall, Library Assistant, Pacific Northwest College of Art

12.    LibArt: A Model for Exhibiting Student Art in Academic Libraries
Andrea Pitt, Art & Architecture Library Operations Manager, The University of Kansas

13.    Material Order SEARCH: a Shared Catalog of Materials Collections
Mark Pompelia, Visual + Material Resource Librarian, Rhode Island School of Design

14.    Micro/crafting: Reimagining Data Through Art and Embroidery
Stacy R. Williams, Head, Helen Topping Architecture & Fine Arts Library, University of Southern California

15.    More Than a Pretty Picture: Integrating Art and Visual Literacy with the ACRL Framework
Mary Wegmann, Collection Development Librarian, Sonoma State University

16.    Open Access Collections: Past, Present, & Future
Rachel Hoster, Ask a Librarian Specialist, University of Michigan

17.    Oral History as Care: Preserving Memories & Maintaining Stakeholder Relationships
Anna Boutin-Cooper, Research & Visual Arts Librarian, Franklin & Marshall College

18.    Processing the National Palace Museum, Taipei Collection
K. Sarah Ostrach, MLIS Candidate ’20, University of Maryland

19.    Radical Revisions: Using an Information Literacy Course Grant to Drive Collection Development
Sarah Carter, Art, Architecture, and Design Librarian, Indiana University

20.    Recommended reads for visual literacy: A new bibliographic resource for librarians
Dana Thompson, Research and Instruction Librarian, Murray State University

21.    Reconstructing the Built Environment: SAH Archipedia & the Architecture of Digital Scholarship
Amanda Clark, Library Director, Whitworth University

22.    Reflecting, Reimagining and Defining: One-on-One Studio Consultations for Visual Artists and Musicians at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and the Yale School of Art M.F.A. Graduate Program
Allison Comrie, Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University

23.    Starting From Scratch: Developing a New Arts Library Programming Team
Tess Colwell, Arts Librarian for Research Services and Alex O'Keefe, Arts Digital Projects Librarian, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University

24.    Suggestions For Making Artists' Books More Accessible
Marsha Taichman, Visual Resources & Public Services Librarian, Cornell

25.    Visual Thinking for Art Librarians and Artists: Unlocking Your Creativity to Generate Ideas, Solve Problems and Communicate More Effectively
Rebecca Barham, Art Research Librarian, University of North Texas

26.    When the Instructor Becomes the Student: How Sitting in on Classes Strengthens Libraries' Departmental Impact
Leah Sherman, Visual & Performing Arts Librarian, Florida State University

Wednesday April 22, 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Chase Park Plaza: Lindell Prefunction 212 South Kinghighway Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108