Thanks again to Stephanie Kays and Caitlin McGurk for hosting a wonderful meeting! Thanks also to Marsha McDevitt-Stredney and Edith Serkownek for sharing photos!
It’s that time of year again to register for the ARLIS Ohio Valley Fall Meeting! You can register online or print out the registration document and send it in with a check enclosed.
*Registration Deadline is October 5th
*New events this year:
SILENT AUCTION: We will be hosting our first silent auction this year! Interested in donating to the silent auction? Please fill out the donation form by September 27, 2018
LIGHTNING ROUND PRESENTATIONS: During the business meeting lunch hour this year, we will be holding a lightning round of presentations! Please consider this a call for presentations, and get back to us before October 5th with a 3 minute presentation proposal. These are meant to be casual, with slides or without, and could simply be an update of what you’re doing at your library.
See the Fall Meeting page for more details.
Thank you all and looking forward to seeing you at the Fall Meeting!
Join the ARLIS/NA Ohio Valley chapter Thursday evening for a tour at Columbus College of Art & Design Packard Library and dinner at Schokko Cafe at the Columbus Museum of Art. Friday will include the meeting and events at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.
Dates: Thursday and Friday, October 11 & 12, 2018
Location: Columbus, Ohio at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum
*NEW event* We will be hosting our first silent auction this year! Interested in donating to the silent auction? Please fill out the donation form by September 27, 2018: https://goo.gl/forms/UqhX0yUkaijtva4V2
Here are some Ohio Valley photos from the annual conference (thanks, Stefanie!):
Opening for a paid internship in Toledo Museum of Art Library & Archives, with a focus on Archives.
http://www.toledomuseum.org/about/jobs-volunteer/employment/ (Please see descriptions under Internships)
There is also a Collections Research internship available with our Registrar which may be of interest to students of art history and/or museum studies as well. Please share widely!