Come join us in the mountains for the 2023 ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Conference! Use the Google Form below to register.
Join us in Sarasota, Florida for the ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Conference, October 19-21! Registration is now open through this form:
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:
- Tours and activities at Ringling College’s The Makerspace and Special Collections Center; and The Ringling Museum Art Library, Archives, and Ca d’Zan
- Presentations by Southeast colleagues
- An opportunity to view exhibitions at The Ringling Museum and the Sarasota Art Museum, as well as the Ringling College Campus Galleries
- A keynote by artist, Jason Lazarus, whose work engages with archives, collections, fantasies, and revolutions.
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.
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
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!
2022 Program Planning Committee
Kristina Keogh, Chair
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
Kristina Keogh, Southeast Chapter Vice President
Southeast Conference Planning Committee:
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.
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.
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:
- 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
Are you an art librarian or library student living in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands territory? Are you hoping to attend the 45th ARLIS/NA Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA February 5-9, 2017?
To encourage the professional development of our members, the Art Libraries Society of North America Southeast Chapter (ARLIS/NA-SE) will sponsor one $500 (USD) award for the strongest applicant to attend ARLIS/NA in New Orleans. Please see below for eligibility and required duties of the award recipient.
For full details and the award application, visit our 2017 Professional Development Travel Award page. Applications are due by 11:55pm (PST), Wednesday, November 23, 2016.
Please submit your poster session proposals for the ARLIS/NA 2017 Annual Conference, Arts du Monde. Submissions can be made online by midnight (PT) on
Friday, September 16, 2016. Deadline extended! Submissions due by Friday, September 23. More information below.
ARLIS/NA 2017 Annual Conference: Call for Posters
The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) 45th Annual Conference Arts du Monde will be held February 5-9 in New Orleans, Louisiana. We invite fellow librarians, visual and media resource specialists, archivists, curators, museum professionals, educators, artists, designers, architects, historians, researchers, practitioners, students, and others around the world to submit poster proposals outlining innovative, creative, and interesting projects at your library, museum, school, collective, or related organizations.
Students: Are you interested in attending the 43rd Annual ARLIS/NA Fort Worth Conference in Texas March 19-23, 2015? Consider applying for the Student Diversity Award for Conference Attendance!
Deadline: November 30, 2014 (11:59pm EST)
This award was established by ARLIS/NA to provide funding for a student to attend the ARLIS/NA Conference. A mentor from the ARLIS/NA Diversity Committee, who will facilitate the recipient’s attendance at the Conference, will be assigned to the recipient of the award prior to the Conference. The recipient will write a brief post-conference report evaluating her/his conference experience for the ARLIS/NA Update Diversity column.
$1000 – Award may be used for expenses related to attendance at the conference: ARLIS/NA student membership, conference registration, travel, lodging, etc.
To be considered for the award, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be enrolled as a graduate student in Library Studies or Information Studies or recently graduated (within 12 mos. of graduation)
- Be a U.S. resident and a member of a racial/ethnic group as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau: African American/Black; Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, or American Indian/Alaska Native
Be a Canadian resident and of aboriginal identity, as defined in the Canadian Employment Equity Act (“aboriginal peoples” means persons who are Indians, Inuit, or Métis)
Be a Canadian resident and a member of a visible minority, as defined by the Canadian Employment Equity Act (members of “visible minorities” means persons, other than aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour)
- Be interested in career in art librarianship/visual resources
Submit your application here: http://www.arlisna.org/about/awards-honors/172-student-diversity-award-for-conference-attendance