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ARLIS/NA New York cordially invites members to a presentation of 2017 ARLIS/NA Conference papers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Friday, April 28, 2017
3:00pm

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Uris Center for Education, Seminar Room
Enter the Met from the ground level entrance at 81st Street. See level G on the museum map.

Directions to the Met

Subway: Take the 4, 5, or 6 train to 86th Street and walk three blocks west to Fifth Avenue.

Bus: Take the M1, M2, M3, or M4 bus along Madison Avenue to 83rd Street.

For more info visit the MTA's website at www.mta.info.

 

 

Program

Session 1: 3:00-4:25pm

Presentations

 

Le Bibliothecaire Solo: Success in the Diverse World of Solo Art Librarianship
Gabriella Karl-Johnson, Princeton University

 

Beyond the Backlog
Tamara Fultz, Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

Бай-бай бэклог! = Bye-bye backlog!: Hacks and Innovative Approaches to Cataloging Non-Roman Script Materials
Jared Ash, Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

The Slavic Cataloging Manual: An Introduction to the Revised Edition
Christina Peter, Frick Art Reference Library

 

Impacts of Working with Linked Data
Alexandra Provo, New York University

 

Making Collections Accessible: Copyright Tools for the 21st Century
Greg Cram, New York Public Library

 

Scope Drift: New Directions in Visual Resources
Katherina Fostano, Fordham University

 

Leaving the Good Old Days Behind: Data Driven Research Going Forward
William Blueher, Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

Break

 

Session 2: 4:30-5:00pm

Posters

 

Visualizing Arguments: Constructing Comics to Unpack Scholarly Texts
Patricia Guardiola, University of Pennsylvania

 

Student Paintings, Tattoo Artists, and Scientists: the Rutgers Art Library Exhibition Spaces
Megan Lotts, Rutgers University

 

Opening Doors Online: Virtual Tours as Wayfinding Tools
Patricia Guardiola, University of Pennsylvania

 

ArLiSNAP New Professional Travel Award Crowdfunding Campaign
Tiffany Saulter, Artstor

 

Artists’ Books Holdings
Megan De Armond, Frick Art Reference Library

 

The Evolution of C.O.O.L. (Collaboration, Outreach, and Organization (in the) Library)
Nicole LaMoreaux, New School; Lauren Gavin, LIM College


Reception in the Nolen Library: 5:00pm

 

Organized by Phoebe Stein (School of Visual Arts) and John Lindaman (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Change of plans? Please email us if you need to cancel your ticket.

 

28 Apr 2017
3:00pm - 5:00pm EDT

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