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Tuesday, May 11 • 10:00am - 5:00pm
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The 49th Annual ARLIS/NA conference showcases a wide range of thought-provoking posters highlighting innovative research by colleagues in the art information community. Posters can be viewed at any time throughout the conference. You are welcome to start a conversation with the poster exhibitors through direct messaging, comments, one-on-one video calls. Come back on Thursday May 13 for the Poster Finisssage at 2:30 PM when all poster exhibitors will be on hand for live Q&A.

LIST OF POSTERS AND PRESENTERS

Mapping a Transcendent Life: Using ArcGIS Storymaps to Showcase the Public Art, Monuments, and Murals of Muhammad Ali
Courtney Baron, Assistant Professor, University of Louisville

A Visual History of Quebec's CEGEP Libraries and Other Religious and Civic Building Conversions
Susan Bissonnette, Librarian for Information Sciences, Vanier College (CEGEP)

The Francis Bedford Archive: Nineteenth-Century Architectural Photography in England and Wales
Claralyn Burt, Digital Collections Specialist, Gonzaga University

The Sistine Chapel and the Panama Canal: Energy and Memory in Handmade Artists’ Books
Amanda Clark, Library Director, Whitworth University

The Information Literacy Course in Canadian MFA Programs
Sandra Cowan, Fine Arts Librarian, University of Lethbridge
Marissa Rocca, Student Learning and Engagement Librarian, Grande Prairie College

Every Subject Heading on 100 West Hastings St.
Ana Diab, Collections, Reference + Instruction Librarian, Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Assessing the Impact of Covid-19 on the Use of Art Print and Ebooks at an Academic Library
Mary Anne Dyer, Metadata Catalog Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University
Emily Davis Winthrop, Art Collections Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University

Pivoting in a Pandemic: Exploring the Art Book and Building Community in a Virtual Speaker Series
Jessica Evans Brady, Research & Collections Librarian, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University
Shalimar Fojas White, Herman and Joan Suit Librarian, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University

If You Can Write, You Can Draw! How I Reconnected with My Love of Drawing During the Pandemic
Jacqueline Fleming, Visual Literacy and Resources Librarian, Indiana University-Bloomington

Creating Accessible Academic Information for All with Wikipedia Editing in Undergraduate Art History Courses
Anna Harper, Fine and Performing Arts Librarian, California State University, Sacramento
Rachel Miller, Art History, California State University, Sacramento
Channing Corbin, B.A. Art History, Student, California State University, Sacramento

Job Sharing during Times of Crisis
Yuki Hibben, Interim Head of Special Collections and Archives & Curator of Books and Art, Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries

A Call for Connection and Collaboration in Information Literacy Instruction for Studio Arts
Ashley Huot, MLIS candidate at the University of Alberta with a background in studio arts, art education, and community development, University of Alberta (MLIS candidate)

Leveraging Research and Information Management (RIM) Systems in Support of Art and Architecture Faculty
Megan Macken, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Liaison to Art, Art History & Graphic Design, Oklahoma State University

The Kress Digital Archive: Collaboration, Context, and Connections
Shannon Morelli, Archivist, National Gallery of Art

Scan This to See a Cat: A Pilot for Digital Image Collections Outreach around Campus
Maggie Murphy, Visual Art & Humanities Librarian, UNC Greensboro
Brown Biggers, IT Operations Manager, UNC Greensboro

“Could We Work with the Library on This?”: Strategies for Increasing Departmental Engagement as a New Art Liaison Librarian
Claire Payne, Web Services and Data Librarian and Liaison to the Department of Art, Stony Brook University Libraries

Fresh Faces, Sticky Fingers: Public Programming at the Walker Art Center Library
Jennifer Riestenberg, Assistant Librarian, Walker Art Center

Virtual Teaching Collections on the Getty Research Portal: Digital Access Across Institutions
Megan Sallabedra, Research Associate, Getty Research Institute

Converging Fields: Connecting Creative Students to Information Literacy through Art and Design Pedagogies
Virginia Seymour, Research and Instruction Librarian, Savannah College of Art and Design

New Approaches to Embedded Librarianship with Interior Design during the Time of COVID-19
Leah Sherman, Visual & Performing Arts Librarian, Florida State University

Roadblocks to Assessing Arts Collections for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Madison Sullivan, Fine & Performing Arts Librarian, University of Washington

Changing the Arts Canon Through Curated BIPOC Research Guides
Aubree Tillett, Arts & Design Librarian Intern, University of Minnesota Libraries
Deborah Ultan, Arts & Design Librarian, University of Minnesota Libraries

Welcome to the Black Art Library
Asmaa Walton, Founder, Black Art Library

Scaffolding Business Research Design Instruction for Art and Design Students
Andrew Wang, Art and Architecture Librarian, University of Oregon

Finding Our Way: Improving Discoverability of Native American and Indigenous Materials
Alice Whiteside, Head, Sloane Art Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Monica Figueroa, Interim Librarian for Inclusive Excellence, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Interpreting Desires: The Experiences of Artists in Archives
Lulu Zilinskas, Recent MLIS graduate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Tuesday May 11, 2021 10:00am - 5:00pm EDT