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Wednesday, March 27 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
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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.  Revitalizing Online Presence and Identity: Creating and Implementing a Six-Month Social Media Plan
Alex O’Keefe, 2018-2019 Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship, Robert B. Haas Arts Library, Yale University

2.  Philadelphia Museum of Art: Exploring New Possibilities for Art Information and Collaborations
Kristen Regina, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Arcadia Director of the Library and Archives
Karina Wratschko, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Digital Initiatives Librarian

3. Reading Pain: Artists’ Books and the Aesthetics of Women in Anguish
Amanda C. R. Clark, Library Director, Whitworth University
Sophia Du Val, Library Graduate Student, Pratt Institute

4.  Hybrid Symbols of Identity and the Royal Chicano Air Force Poster Collection           
Anna Harper, MLIS, California State University, Sacramento, University Library
Summer Ventis, MFA, California State University, Sacramento Department of Art

5.  DIY Feminism: Grrrl Zines in the Third Wave
Autumn Wetli, Consultation Coordinator, University of Michigan Library

6.  Because it’s 2018: Supporting Multimodal Projects in the Library       
Emily Thompson, Director, Studio, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library
Jenn Stewart, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Composition, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

7.  Animating an Ongoing Partnership   
Emily Thompson, Director, Studio, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library
Katie Hargrave, Assistant Professor of Art and Foundations Coordinator, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

8.  Wikipedia as a Platform to Teach the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
Courtney Baron, Head of Library Teaching and Outreach Services, Oxford College of Emory University

9. Songs and Flowers of the Wasatch: A 19th century Utah artist's book?
Elizabeth Smart, Humanities and Media Librarian, Brigham Young University 

10.  Roving Reference for Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
Heather Saunders, Director of Ingalls Library, The Cleveland Museum of Art

11.  Apparition or Icon? Integrating Critical Visual Literacy into Primary Source Instruction          
Jillian Ewalt, Librarian, Marian Library, University of Dayton

12.  Meet the University of the Arts Zine Collection        
Kathryn Coyle, Technical Services Librarian, University of the Arts

13.  Extra-curricular Engagements: A case for provocative displays         
Kathy Edwards, Associate Librarian, Gunnin Architecture Library, Clemson University

14.  Fairytales & the Five-Year Plan: An Online Exhibit of Rare Russian Children's Books at University of Washington Special Collections 
Kirsten Painter, MLIS Candidate, University of Washington; PhD, Columbia University

15.  Art in Sight: Art Acquisition, Exhibition, Promotion, and Advocacy in Academic Libraries
Laura Thompson, Research & Instruction Librarian, Librarian for Art & Design Central Michigan University

16.  Art E-book Usage Patterns at an Academic Library
Mary Anne Dyer, Metadata Catalog Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University 

17.  Diary of an early career art librarian: Bullet journaling and the mediation of past, present, and future
Michele Jennings, Art Librarian, Ohio University

18.  The Art Fund of The Belgrade City Library
Olivera Nastić, Librarian, Belgrade City Library, Serbia

19.  Information Visualization and the Interpretive Frames Offered by Artists’ Books
Regina Pagani, Arts, Humanities, Experiential Learning Librarian, Northeastern University Libraries
Steven Braun, Data Analytics and Visualization Specialist, Northeastern University Libraries

20.  UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art - Art Press Collection
Richard J.W. Zwiercan, Art, Architecture & Design Librarian, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University Libraries - Architecture Studies Library

21.  #PoetryatPUL: Digital Outreach with Visual Poetry Collections         
Sarah Hamerman, Poetry Cataloging Specialist, Princeton University Library 

22.  Preserving and Disseminating Student-Created Video Games in Academic and Research Libraries
Tallie Casucci, Assistant Librarian, Marriott Library, University of Utah
Anne Morrow, Associate Librarian, Marriott Library, University of Utah

23.  Developing Workflows and Procedures for Artifact Photography and Cataloging at Brooklyn Historical Society             
Tess Colwell, Arts Librarian for Research Services, Yale University; former Digital Projects Archivist for Brooklyn Historical Society
Anna Schwartz, Collections Manager, Art & Artifacts and Exhibitions Manager, Brooklyn Historical Society

24.  Demystifying the Thesis: Visualization Science Graduate Students at Texas A&M University   
Tina Budzise-Weaver, Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian, Texas A&M University Libraries

25.  Getty's Art and Architecture Thesaurus® for the art libraries in Antwerp : a local collaboration going global
Ute Staes, Librarian, Rubenianum, Antwerp

26.  A Picture (Of Data) Is Worth a Thousand Words       
William Blueher, Metadata & Collections Librarian, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Michael Cummings, Systems Librarian, Metropolitan Museum of Art

27.  Thousands of Objects, Two Buildings, One Project: Merging Museum/Library Practices
Jessica Breiman, Art and Archives Metadata Librarian, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Alana Wolf Johnson, Collections Research Curator, Utah Museum of Fine Arts

28.  Redefining Access to Visual Art        
Annie Sollinger, Digital Scholarship and Art History Librarian, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Jill McCleary

Archivist, University of Arizona Museum of Art

Wednesday March 27, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm MDT
Grand America Hotel: Grand Ballroom Reception B/C (1st Floor)