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2022 Southeast Chapter Conference Registration is Open!

Dear Colleagues, 

Join us in Sarasota, Florida for the ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Conference, October 19-21! Registration is now open through this form:   

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-Et4a-5m4YomdPIMRgoTQQpNgm1hWJfX55yQHtx6F8k/viewform?edit_requested=true

Please note that conference activities will be in person with the exception of the business meeting, which will be accessible online through Zoom on Thursday, October 20th at 8:45am Eastern. (Zoom link forthcoming.) We invite you to register for the virtual business meeting at no cost using the link above. 

For those attending in person, conference highlights include: 

Our conference hotel is the Courtyard Sarasota/Bradenton Airport located near the conference sites of Ringling College of Art and Design and The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art as well as the Sarasota airport for those traveling from out of town. Reserve your room by September 30th to take advantage of the conference rate of $119 per night. 

Please don’t hesitate to contact Ann Holderfield (holderfk@uscb.edu) or Kristina Keogh (kkeogh@usf.edu) with any questions or concerns. 

We hope to see you there! 

Southeast Conference Planning Committee: 

Ann Holderfield, Southeast Chapter President 

Kristina Keogh, Southeast Chapter Vice President 

Lindsey Reynolds, Southeast Chapter Past President 

Lee Sorensen, Southeast Chapter Treasurer 

Ann Baird, Southeast Chapter Secretary 

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Deadline Extended: Call for Proposals! ARLIS/NA SE 2022 Annual Conference in Sarasota!

Dear Colleagues,

The Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/SE) is accepting proposals for presentations at the 2022 Annual Conference, which will be held in person in Sarasota, Florida, on October 19th – 21st, 2022

This year we will be hosting both lightning rounds and presentations. Lightning rounds are typically 5-10 minutes in length and presentations are to be 20 minutes in length. Both types of presentations will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Presentations may discuss, but are not limited to, the following topics and themes:

·  Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Library initiatives or projects, mentoring, critical librarianship

·  Assessment: Assessment Plans, Performance Funding Metrics, Altmetrics

·  Collections: Archives, Special Collections, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development

·  Digital Scholarship: Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Resources, Metadata, Scholarly Communication, Institutional Repositories, Asset Management

·  Instruction: Information Literacy, Visual Literacy, ACRL Frameworks, Curriculum Development, Pedagogy, Embedded Librarianship, Instructional Technology, Professional Development

·  Outreach: Marketing, Promotion, Institutional Partnerships, Subject Liaisons, Programming, Exhibitions 

·  Spaces: Makerspaces, Renovations, New Construction, Learning Labs

Please submit proposals of no more than 250 words via this Google Form by September 7, 2022. Accepted proposals will be notified by September 10, 2022. Send any questions to Ann H or Lindsey. We look forward to reading your proposals and to seeing you at the conference!

Sincerely,

2022 Program Planning Committee

Kristina Keogh, Chair

Ann Baird 

Ann Holderfield 

Lindsey Reynolds

Lee Sorenson

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Save the Date! 2022 ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Conference in Sarasota, FL

Book cover in shades of grey and off-white, featuring two people relaxing by a palm tree near a pond with two swans. Text above image reads "Study Art in Florida Sunshine." Text below image reads "Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, Florida."
Image“Study Art in Florida Sunshine.” (ca.1940s). FIC.009.001.002. Academic Affairs Collection. Ringling College Archives, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL.

Save the date! The ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter is pleased to announce that our annual fall meeting will take place October 19-21, 2022 in the “Florida sunshine” in Sarasota. The event will be in person and will be hosted at Ringling College of Art and Design, with meetings planned for the main academic campus as well as the affiliated Sarasota Art Museum. Tours and other activities will take place at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and other locations around Sarasota. We are also planning a few hybrid opportunities to allow for virtual attendance. Stay tuned for more details!

More information about the conference program, including the keynote speaker, Chapter business meeting, call for presentations, and registration is also forthcoming.  

The conference hotel is the Courtyard Sarasota/Bradenton Airport with group rate rooms starting at $119 per night. The last day to book at that rate is Friday, September 30. Use this link to book: Book your group rate for Art Libraries Society of North America

Best Regards, 

Kristina Keogh, Southeast Chapter Vice President

Southeast Conference Planning Committee:

Ann Holderfield

Lindsey Reynolds

Lee Sorensen

Image“Study Art in Florida Sunshine.” (ca.1940s). FIC.009.001.002. Academic Affairs Collection. Ringling College Archives, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL.

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Call for Entries – 38th Annual LoPresti Prize

The ARLIS/NA Southeast LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 38th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for publications copyrighted in 2021.

Museums, galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, specialty presses, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and book design within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted.

Art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (DVDs), serials, and artist books published/copyrighted during the 2021 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2022 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations, and other promotional material will not be considered.

Please visit http://southeast.arlisna.org/awards/lopresti-award/ to learn more and view past winners.

Entries should be received by August 31, 2022 to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/NA Southeast reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration.

2022 LoPresti Award Entry Form

Please mail entries with the completed entry form to:

Virginia Seymour

Jen Library – SCAD Savannah

22 E. Lathrop Ave

Savannah, GA 31415

Sincerely, 

2022 LoPresti Committee 

Virginia Seymour

Ann Baird

Cara Barker

Janelle Rebel

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2022 Southeast Chapter Business Meeting

Wednesday, March 23 10:00 a.m. CDT/11:00 a.m. EST

Please join us for our virtual spring chapter business meeting next Wednesday! The link has been sent out on our listserv and will soon be available on the ARLIS/NA 50th Annual Conference schedule. Agenda forthcoming.

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2021 Annual Conference – October 14th and 15th

Dear Colleagues,

Take a break from the stress of this semester and join us virtually for the Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/SE) 2021 Annual Conference, hosted from the University of South Carolina Beaufort, on October 14-15, 2021!

We are hosting 90 minutes of lightning round presentations on topics of open access in the arts, engaging faculty through service design, collection development policies for small academic libraries, assessment, creativity in libraries, accessibility of ARLIS/NA’s video content, and building communities of practice in makerspaces.

We are also very proud to present Artist/Librarian Sauda Mitchell as our keynote speaker! Sauda Mitchell will discuss the role of archival research in the creation of her prints and artist books.

Other programming events include a morning drawing meditation by USCB art professor Joanna Angell, a live virtual tour of the Reconstruction Era Museum in Beaufort (where Reconstruction began), access to asynchronous virtual programming on the history of Beaufort,  virtual ocean minutes, a raffle, mentoring opportunities, and a happy hour presentation about a  local old school video game, Bugs ‘N Boo Hags, by USCB professor Dr. Brian Canada, and more.

To register for the conference and see the detailed conference program, take a look at our conference site. Once the conference begins and you are registered, you will be provided with access to a special site for attendees.  Conference rates are $35 for regular conference attendance, $20 for first-time attendees, and $10 for students/retirees/in-between positions.

We hope you join us,

2021 Program Planning Committee

Ann Holderfield, Chair

Karyn Hinkle

Maggie Murphy

Lindsey Reynolds

Leah Sherman

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2021 Virtual Conference – Register Now + Call for Proposals Extended to September 7th!

Dear Colleagues,

The Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/SE) is accepting proposals for presentations at the 2021 Annual Conference, which will be held online on October 14th – 15th, 2021. More information about the conference, including online registration, can be found on our chapter’s conference website.

This year we will be hosting both lightning round and poster presentations:

  • Lightning round presentations are to be talks c. 10 minutes in length and may include several presentation slides.
  • Poster presentations are to be 3-5 minute elevator talks about the project alongside a single slide in poster format.

Both types of presentations will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Presentations may discuss, but are not limited to, the following topics and themes:

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Library initiatives or projects, mentoring, critical librarianship
  • Assessment: Assessment Plans, Performance Funding Metrics, Altmetrics
  • Collections: Archives, Special Collections, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development
  • COVID-19: Agility and innovations in response to online instruction, reference, etc. as they pertain to Arts Librarianship
  • Digital Scholarship: Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Resources, Metadata, Scholarly Communication, Institutional Repositories, Asset Management
  • Instruction: Information Literacy, ACRL Frameworks, Curriculum Development, Embedded Librarianship, Instructional Technology, Professional Development
  • Outreach: Marketing, Promotion, Institutional Partnerships, Subject Liaisons, Programming
  • Spaces: Makerspaces, Renovations, New Construction, Learning Labs

Please submit proposals of no more than 250 words for poster or lightning via this Google Form by September 7th, 2021. Accepted proposals will be notified by September 10th, 2021. Send any questions to Lindsey or Leah. We look forward to reading your proposals, and to “seeing” you at the conference!

Sincerely,

2021 Program Planning Committee

Ann Holderfield, Chair

Karyn Hinkle

Maggie Murphy

Lindsey Reynolds

Leah Sherman

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2021 LoPresti Publication Award Call for Entries!

About the Mary Ellen LoPresti Publication Award
Past LoPresti Award Winners
The ARLIS/NA Southeast LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 37th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for publications copyrighted in 2020.
Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and book design within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted.
Only art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (DVDs), serials, and artist’s books published/copyrighted during the 2020 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2021 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations, and other promotional material will not be considered.
Entries should be received by August 31, 2021, to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/NA Southeast reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration.
2021 LoPresti Award entry form
Please mail entries with the completed entry form to:
Patricia Gimenez
Jen Library – SCAD Savannah
22 E. Lathrop Ave
Savannah, GA 31415
Sincerely,
2021 LoPresti Committee
Patricia Gimenez, Research & Instruction Librarian, SCAD
Emily Decker-Bess, Global Librarian, SCAD
Virginia Seymour, Research & Instruction Librarian, SCAD

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Save the Date! 2021 Annual Fall Meeting

Save the date! The ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter is pleased to announce that our annual fall meeting will  take place October 14-15, 2021! The event will be virtual and will be hosted from Beaufort, South Carolina.

Join us for a full program of presentations, lightning rounds, virtual posters, and virtual events, in addition to our regular chapter business meeting. More information about the conference program and registration is forthcoming, as well as a call for presentations.

We hope to see you virtually this fall and we look forward to seeing everyone in person in 2022.

Best Regards,

Ann Holderfield,  Southeast Vice President

Conference Planning Committee:

Karyn Hinkle

Maggie Murphy

Lindsey Reynolds

Leah Sherman

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UPDATE: 2021 Chapter Business Meeting – May 3rd @ 10am-12pm – Meeting Agenda

Our spring business meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 3 at 10:00am Eastern Standard Time. We will be meeting virtually via zoom as we have for our past few meetings. Registration is required, but the meeting is of course free to attend and open to all. Click here to register.

 

Spring Business Meeting Agenda:

  • Welcome

 

  • Land acknowledgment
  • Netiquette, Self-Introductions, and Self-Promotion
  • Approval of minutes from the Chapter virtual fall business meeting, October 2020
  • Bylaws Review 

 

  • Reports and Updates
    • Secretary’s Report
    • Treasurer’s Report
    • Webmaster’s Report
    • ARTifacts newsletter updates
    • Mentoring Program updates
    • 2021 Chapter Conference
    • ARLIS/SE DEI Advisory Board
    • Updates from ARLIS/NA Executive Board

  • New Business
    • Updating chapter history on our website
  • Announcements
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2020 Virtual Conference Program Available!

Hello All!
We are so looking forward to seeing everyone (virtually) in October! Below you can find the program for the conference, as well as the link to register by October 8th!


ARLIS/NA Southeast 46th Annual Conference Program

October 15 – 16, 2020

Online

Thursday, Oct. 8      Registration Deadline                                             
Thursday, Oct. 15      Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Town Hall                           2:00 – 3:00pm

  • This Town Hall will include discussion about the report from the Task Force for Diversity & Inclusion                                             

                        

                                      Business Meeting                                                              3:00 – 4:00pm

 
Friday, Oct. 16            Presentations                                                                     3:00 – 4:15pm

  • Jillian Kehoe, Library Director, SUNY Maritime College, “A Library on Land and at Sea: The Unique Space Challenges of Maritime College”
  • Olivera Nastic, Librarian, Belgrade City Library, “Cooperation Between Museum Libraries in Serbia”

 
  Lightning Rounds                                       

  • Elisa Hansen, Head of Library Services, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, “Museum at Home: A Library’s Contribution to the Virtual Experience” 
  • Diane Dias de Fazio, Curator of Rare Books & Book Arts, “Connecting Collectors and Makers with the (Virtual) Artists’ Studio and Collection Visits with the Grolier Club Artists’ Book Interest Group 
  • Elizabeth Townsend Gard, Law Professor, & Logan Schnell, Student, Tulane University Law School, “Immersive Entrepreneurship: Using the Jazz Archive as a Resource”

 
Happy Hour                                   5:00 – 6:30pm
with optional Informal Mentoring Program Breakout Room

  • Our mentoring program is an informal program that matches a mentor and mentee with similar career interests from within the Southeastern chapter of ARLIS/NA.  All materials are provided, and the program is guided based on SMART goals. All you must have is a willingness to meet with your mentor/mentee virtually once or twice a month, and a  willingness to listen and share. All levels are encouraged, welcomed, and invited to join us for more information!                                                
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2020 Virtual Conference – Register Now + Call for Proposals

 

Dear Colleagues,

The Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/SE) is accepting proposals for presentations at the 2020 Annual Conference, which will be held online on October 15th-16th. More information about our chapter and the conference can be found on our chapter website.

The conference will be FREE this year, but registration is required.

This year we will be hosting both lightning rounds and presentations. Lightning rounds are typically 5-6 minutes in length and presentations are to be 20 minutes in length. Both sessions will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Sessions may discuss, but are not limited to, the following topics and themes:

  • Assessment: Assessment Plans, Performance Funding Metrics, Altmetrics
  • Collections: Archives, Special Collections, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development
  • COVID-19: Agility and innovations in response to online instruction, reference, etc. as they pertain to Arts Librarianship
  • Digital Scholarship: Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Resources, Metadata, Scholarly Communication, Institutional Repositories, Asset Management
  • Instruction: Information Literacy, ACRL Frameworks, Curriculum Development, Embedded Librarianship, Instructional Technology, Professional Development
  • Outreach: Marketing, Promotion, Institutional Partnerships, Subject Liaisons, Programming
  • Spaces: Makerspaces, Renovations, New Construction, Learning Labs

Please submit proposals of no more than 250 words via this Google Form by August 31, 2020. We look forward to reading your proposals, and to “seeing” you at the conference!

Sincerely,

2020 Program Planning Committee

Lindsey Reynolds, Chair

Breanne Crumpton

Nina Guzman

Emily Luken

Maggie Murphy

Erin Rutherford

Leah Sherman

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2020 LoPresti Publication Award Call for Entries

About the Mary Ellen LoPresti Publication Award
Past LoPresti Award winners
 
The ARLIS/NA Southeast LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 36th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for publications copyrighted in 2019.
Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and book design within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted.
Only art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (dvd’s), serials, and artist’s books published/copyrighted during the 2019 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2020 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations, and other promotional material will not be considered.
Entries should be received by August 31 , 2020, to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/NA Southeast reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration.
2020 LoPresti Award Application Form
Please mail entries with the completed entry form to:
Patricia Gimenez
Jen Library – SCAD Savannah
22 E. Lathrop Ave
Savannah, GA 31415
Sincerely,
2020 LoPresti Committee
Patricia Gimenez, Research & Instruction Librarian, SCAD
Ann Holderfield, Art/Reference & Instruction Librarian, USCB
Sauda Mitchell, Archives & Special Collections Librarian, SCAD

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Save the Date! 2020 ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Conference


Save the date! The ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter is pleased to announce our annual meeting from October 15-16! This year’s meeting will be held virtually, allowing our members to safely participate from a distance.
Join us for a full program of presentations, in addition to our regular chapter business meeting. Conference programming coming soon! The conference is free, but please use this link to register!
We really hope to see you (virtually) this fall!

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ARTifacts newsletter for January 2020

Our chapter newsletter for January 2020 is now posted online!
The deadline for submissions for the next issue is May 22, 2020. Send your news, meeting photos, announcements or self-introduction-to-share to Cary Wilkins, ARTifacts editor.

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2019 Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Award Winners

The Southeast Chapter (ARLIS/SE) of the Art Libraries Society of North America is proud to present the 36th Annual LoPresti Award winners:
Exhibition Catalog – The Original Makers:  Folk Art from the Cargo Collection
Authors Gail Andrews and Emily Hanna, Birmingham Museum of Art
Publisher’s statement, “This catalog showcases a gorgeous exhibition of folk art, quilts, outsider art and flags from the collection of Robert and Helen Cargo.”
The catalog received high marks for Usefulness to General Library visual arts collections, image quality and design quality.  Committee members commented that the photographs of the works were first-rate and really highlight the beauty of the exhibition pieces.  Other notable features include a recommended reading list at the end of the book, as well as the artists’ profiles and personal stories of the artists included in this exhibit.
Scholarly Publication:  Arts of Korea: Histories, Challenges, Perspectives
Ed. Jason Steuber and Allysa Peyton, University Press of Florida
Publisher’s statement, “A monumental addition to the understudied field of Korean art, this brilliantly illustrated volume assembles the perspectives of art historians, critics, curators, and museum directors from major universities and museums around the world to trace the varied dynamic experiences of Korean art acquisitions over the past century.”
This scholarly work was noted for its usefulness, scholarship, scholarly apparatus and image quality.  This well-researched and well-written source provides an excellent overview of Korean art history, including a discussion the UK and US reception of and collection of Korean art.  The text is further enhanced by a wide range of high quality images.  This book will fill gaps for arts collections trying to build or expand Asian art collections.
Artist’s Book:  Gathered
Artist Lucinda Bunnen, Lubo Press
Publisher’s statement, “Renowned Atlanta artist and photographer Lucinda Bunnen’s new fine art publication, Gathered, is a set of dual accordion books featuring tableaus of artifacts she has collected over a lifetime, paying homage to the fabric of her life and memories.”
As the title indicates, the images in this book are of objects that have meaning to the artist.  It provides viewers with an intimate look at what a particular artists finds valuable or interesting and how the artist chooses to showcase that value by folding them into a larger work of art.  This work was praised for its usefulness to special collection, educational usage, construction and design.  The committee noted that this would be particularly effective teaching tool for both studio and art history students.
 
Children’s book:  Madagascar A to Z
Grace Gibson – author, Soleil Nguyen – illustrator, Michel Andriamihajanirina – translator, Michele Tennant – editor, University Press of Florida
Publisher’s statement,  “Madagascar A to Z is a children’s book written in English and translated into Malagasy.  This colorful picture book features the endemic fauna and flora of Madagascar, and provides for children an engaging introduction to protecting these natural wonders. This book is the result of a true international collaboration…”
This unique children’s book not only educational and beautifully illustrated, but was noted for being a group effort on the part of two University of Florida graduate students and their library faculty instructor. This would be an excellent source for libraries with a Children’s Lit collection.  A fully Open Access version is available at https://ufdc.ufl.edu/1/IR00010435/00001/pdf.
 
The committee received 20 entries from 9 different presses.  The quality of the entries made for a very challenging decision and we wish to thank everyone who participated.
The Chapter is likewise grateful for the labors of this year’s indefatigable LoPresti Committee:
Marty Miller (Chair), Sheila Cork, Nancy Hampton, and Peter Klubek

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Register now! for Tallahassee, November 6-8, 2019

Save the Date! Chapter Meeting Nov 6-8, 2019 in Tallahassee, Florida
Registration is now open for the 2019 ARLIS/NA Southeast conference & business meeting, convening November 6-8 in Tallahassee, Florida.

Registration deadline is October 25th.

Tallahassee meeting program

Our host site for this meeting is Florida State University.
Our fabulous program includes:

  • Our annual business meeting;
  • Lightning Rounds and Presentations from colleagues;
  • Awesome tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lewis Spring House, FSU Special Collections and Archives, the FSU Museum of Fine Arts, and the Grove Museum;
  • Our LoPresti Awards;
  • The ever-popular book raffle; and
  • Of course, great food and company!
Your registration payment options:

Online: Complete the Google registration form below, then use the “Pay Now” button beneath it to pay for your registration (and membership renewal for 2020) using PayPal. Note: you do not need a PayPal account to pay with PayPal, only a valid email address.
By mail: Instructions for submitting your payment by mail are included in the form. (Alternative: download the registration form as a PDF to fill in and mail with your payment.)

1. Complete the online conference registration form:

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2. Pay for your registration online:

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Deadline Extension! 2019 LoPresti Publication Award Call for Entries

The LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 35th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for copyrighted 2018 Publications. The deadline for entries has been extended until September 20, 2019.
Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and format within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted.
Only those art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (DVDs), serials, and artist’s books published/copyrighted during the 2018 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2019 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations and other promotional material will not be considered.
DEADLINE EXTENSION: Entries should be received by September 30, 2019 to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/SE reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration.
Please mail entries with the completed entry form to one of the committee members listed below:
Marty Miller
LoPresti Awards
LSU Libraries
Research and Instructional Services, Room 141A
Troy H. Middleton Library
100 Tower Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone: 225-578-7197 | Email: martymiller@lsu.edu
Nancy Hampton
LoPresti Awards
Head of Collection Resources, Library
Xavier University of Louisiana
1 Drexel Drive,
New Orleans, LA 70125
Phone: 504-520-7534 | Email: nhampton@xula.edu
Peter Klubek
LoPresti Awards
Reference Librarian/Assistant Professor
201 Community College Drive
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Phone: 225-216-8505| Email: klubekp@mybrcc.edu

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Call Extension! Lightning Round & Presentation Proposals, 2019

The Southeast Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America is now accepting proposals for presentations at our 2019 Annual Conference, which will be held in Tallahassee, FL, November 6th-8th.
This year we will be hosting both lightning rounds and presentations. Lightning rounds are typically 5-6 minutes in length and presentations are to be 20 minutes in length. Both sessions will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Sessions may discuss, but are not limited to, the following topics and themes:

  • Assessment: Assessment Plans, Performance Funding Metrics, Altmetrics
  • Collections: Archives, Special Collections, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development
  • Digital Scholarship: Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Resources, Metadata, Scholarly Communication, Institutional Repositories, Asset Management
  • Instruction: Information Literacy, ACRL Frameworks, Curriculum Development, Embedded Librarianship, Instructional Technology, Professional Development
  • Outreach: Marketing, Promotion, Institutional Partnerships, Subject Liaisons, Programming
  • Spaces: Makerspaces, Renovations, New Construction, Learning Labs

Please submit proposals via this Google Form by September 16, 2019 September 9, 2019. We look forward to reading your proposals, and to seeing you at the conference!
Sincerely,
2019 Program Planning Committee
Leah Sherman, Chair
Britt Boler
Breanne Crumpton
Patricia Gimenez
Katy Parker
Kim Windham

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2019 LoPresti Publication Award Call for Entries

About the Mary Ellen LoPresti Publication Award
Past LoPresti Award winners

The LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 35th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for publications copyrighted in 2018.

Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and book design within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted.

Only those art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (dvd’s), serials, and artist’s books published/copyrighted during the 2018 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2019 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations, and other promotional material will not be considered.

Entries should be received by August 31 , 2019, to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/SE reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration.

2019 LoPresti Award entry form

Please mail entries with the completed entry form to one of the committee members listed below:

Marty Miller
LoPresti Awards
LSU Libraries
Research and Instructional Services, Room 141A
Troy H. Middleton Library
100 Tower Drive
Baton Rouge, LA  70803
Phone: 225-578-7197 | Email: martymiller@lsu.edu

Nancy Hampton
LoPresti Awards
Head of Collection Resources, Library
Xavier University of Louisiana
1 Drexel Drive
New Orleans, LA 70125
Phone: 504-520-7534 | Email: nhampton@xula.edu

Peter Klubek
LoPresti Awards
Reference Librarian/Assistant Professor
Baton Rouge Community College
201 Community College Drive
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Phone: 225-216-8505| Email: klubekp@mybrcc.edu

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Read all about it! June 2019 ARTifacts

Just the ‘facts: ARLIS/NA Salt Lake City conference report (Breanne Crumpton), upcoming November Chapter meeting in Tallahassee (Leah Sherman), member news (Lee Eltzroth, Marty Miller, John Taormina), new member news (Cara Barker), Chapters Liaison report (Stefanie Hilles), and a book symposium and competition announcement (Teresa Burk), plus the ever-exciting Chapter business meeting report–all in one smartly-laid out package. Thanks to Cary Wilkins, newsletter editor.
Next newsletter content deadline: December 13, 2019. Send your contributions to:
Cary Wilkins, ARTifacts editor
Librarian and Archivist
Morris Museum of Art
1 10th St. Ste. 320
Augusta, GA 30901
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Save the Date! 2019 Chapter Conference November 6-8


Save the date! The ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter is pleased to announce our annual meeting from November 6-8th in Tallahassee, Florida!
Join us for a full program of presentations and activities throughout the city, in addition to our regular chapter business meeting. We are also happy to announce that Florida State University’s Robert Manning Strozier Library will be our home base.
More information about the conference program and registration is forthcoming, as well as a call for presentations and on-site volunteers.
Our conference hotel is the nearby Four Points by Sheraton Tallahassee Downtown. Please use this link by 5pm on October 16th to book at the discounted conference hotel rate of $119 per night (rate applies 11/6 through 11/9).
We look forward to seeing you in Tallahassee this fall!
Best,
Leah Sherman, Southeast Vice President
Conference planning committee:
Britt Boler
Breanne Crumpton
Patricia Gimenez
Katy Parker
Leah Sherman
Kim Windham

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2018 Mary Ellen LoPresti Publication Award Winners

This year’s winning scholarly publication, exhibition catalog, and artists’ book are..

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Professional Development Travel Award

Apply now for the 2019 Professional Development Travel Award!

Are you hoping to attend the 47th ARLIS/NA Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 26-30, 2019? The Southeast Chapter will award one eligible applicant $500 to spend on travel, lodging, registration and meals associated with professional development activities at the annual ARLIS/NA conference.
Find complete information on eligibility requirements and award winner’s duties, plus the link to the application form, on the Professional Development Travel Award page.
Deadline for applications: 11:55 pm EST January 11, 2019
 

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