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Sunday, February 25 • 9:00am - 1:00pm
Consulting with Artists: Creating, Describing, and Disseminating the Visual Arts

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The Visual Resources Division of ARLIS/NA is pleased to support this workshop which will present resources and hands-on guidance for art information professionals to liaise with and provide consultation services to working artists. The topics to be addressed include: copyright/fair use as it applies to visual and performing artists; supporting best practices for portfolio management, documentation, and archiving; the importance of robust metadata creation and organization; and potential models for community engagement. The workshop will culminate in the creation of a community-driven ARLIS/NA Research Guide to provide practical examples and a variety of textual and electronic resources to support liaison activities. All are welcome to participate, particularly information professionals who provide public and technical services or participate in liaison/consultation duties, those who interact with artists and their materials in all formats, and anyone performing community outreach activities.


Fee: $20
Maximum participants: 80

Speakers
avatar for Jasmine Burns

Jasmine Burns

Visual Resources Metadata Librarian, Cornell University
Through her work on an interdepartmental digital projects team, Jasmine consults with faculty, students, curators, and librarians on metadata modelling/production/preservation for both digital and physical image collections. She has worked previously as an image cataloger and vis... Read More →
avatar for Nazareth Pantaloni

Nazareth Pantaloni

Head, Copyright Program, Indiana University Libraries
Nazareth “Naz” Pantaloni is a lawyer and librarian who directs the Copyright Program at Indiana University (Bloomington) Libraries. He works with faculty and student creators, including composers, filmmakers, and visual and multi-media artists, to navigate intellectual proper... Read More →
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Colin Post

Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Colin Post is a doctoral student in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, where he is also pursuing a Masters degree in Art History. His research focuses on artists' personal archiving, and in particular how artists appro... Read More →
avatar for Marsha Taichman

Marsha Taichman

VIsual Resources & Public Services Librarian, Cornell University
Embedded in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Taichman works with artists directly and helps them execute their research and maintain documentation related to their art. She has worked with museum archives and in gallery settings, and is interested in the challenges... Read More →
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Katrina Windon

Accessioning and Processing Archivist, University of Arkansas
Her experience as an archivist situated within a fine arts academic department, working directly with artists and assisting not only with the records management and archiving of artistic and research products but also with ongoing research projects, provides the foundation for he... Read More →


Sunday February 25, 2018 9:00am - 1:00pm
Hilton: Gramercy East 1335 6th Ave, New York, NY 10019

Attendees (33)