Workshop: Artists' films

LUX, Shacklewell Studios, London
Wednesday 2nd March, 2011


A half-day workshop aimed primarily at librarians and archivists and aims to cover the scope of artists' films, what makes them special and where to find information about films, sourcing copies and managing collections.

Workshop: Tracing copyright in Art and Design Archives


London School of Economics
Thursday 3rd February, 2011

A practical workshop on identifying and tracing copyright holders, managing orphan works, dealing with agencies and risk management.


Workshop: FRBR for art librarians

University of East London, Docklands Campus, London

Tuesday 18th December, 2012

FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) is the conceptual basis for RDA (Resource Description and Access). With the Library of Congress and the British Library working towards full RDA implementation by 31 March 2013 and the hybrid environment of AACR2 and RDA already with us, it is essential to understand the thinking behind RDA. So if your WEMI is wobbly or your entities and their relationships are a bit muddled this is the event for you.

Workshop: An Introduction to Art and Design Reference Resources

National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Monday 10th December, 2012

A workshop for those new to the world of art librarianship, or those wishing to update their skills in art and design enquiry work. The day features presentations from leading art librarians, who will provide up-to-date information on the key print and electronic resources and strategies for effective enquiry work.

Workshop: An Introduction to Art and Design Reference Resources

The Art Library, Leeds Central Library, Leeds

Tuesday 1st May 2012

A workshop for those new to the world of art librarianship, or those wishing to update their skills in art and design enquiry work. The day features presentations from leading art librarians, who will provide up-to-date information on the key print and electronic resources and strategies for effective research enquiry work.

Workshop: Taking the Plunge - Art Librarianship as a Career Option

National Gallery Education Rooms, London

Saturday 3rd March 2012

This workshop aims to introduce those interested in a career in art librarianship to the diversity of the sector, the kind of work and roles involved, as well as the current job market and how to enter the profession.

Speakers represent museum and gallery, academic and private libraries and include:
Natasha Held, Christie´s Education
Richard Daniels, University of the Arts, London

Joseph Ripp, National Portrait Gallery, London

Visit: Sir John Soane's Museum & Library

Sir John Soane's Museum & Library
Thursday 14th April, 2011

ARLIS Education and Professional Development committee are pleased to announce a visit to the Library at the Sir John Soane's Museum. This is a very special opportunity to have a personal introduction to the Library collection. We have also been able to arrange a brief introduction to the Museum which we hope will make the visit complete for those that attend.

We expect this visit to give a fascinating insight into a very special collection.

Visit: The Royal Academy of Arts Library

The Royal Academy of Arts Library
Monday 16th May, 2011

A wonderful opportunity to visit the Royal Academy of Arts Library, established at the time of the Academy´s foundation in 1768 to serve the needs of the Members of the Royal Academy and students in its Schools, and the oldest institutional fine arts library in the United Kingdom.

Collections include:

British Art Reference Collection

Historic Book Collection

Illustrated Book Collection

Prints and Drawings

Archives

Photographic Collections

Visit: The University of Brighton Design Archives and the Rare Books section of the Jubilee Public Library

The University of Brighton Design Archives and the Rare Books section of the Jubilee Public Library
Friday 7th June 2013, 11.00am-4.00pm

The ARLIS Professional Development Committee has organised a day of visits in Brighton to the University of Brighton Design Archives and the Rare Books section of the Jubilee Public Library.

Visit: The Horniman Museum Library

The Horniman Museum
Wednesday 22nd May 2013, 2.00pm


The ARLIS Professional Development Committee are offering a visit to the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill, South East London.

The Horniman Library collection contains books from 16th century through to the current day. Holdings range from academic texts to accounts by early explorers and illustrated monographs. The collection covers a wide spectrum of subject areas covering the remit of the museum; natural history, anthropology and musical instruments.
 

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