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Promoting excellence in library & information provision for the visual arts, architecture & design

 

 

ARLIS/UK & Ireland 2018 Conference available online.

 

We know things are hard right now, they are hard for us too. We miss seeing each other in person, whether for a Monday morning meeting, a drink and an exhibition, or over the conference coffee and cake table.

We know right now we all need resources to help us through this, to keep our minds stimulated and our professional development continuing. So we’ve put our videos from the 2018 London conference at the Architectural Association online. Yes, that means Melissa Adler, Johanna Drucker and Thick/er Black Lines. And the list goes on.

You can watch the keynotes, presentations and lightening talks including our Student, Trainee and Apprentice Panel here or by visiting https://arlislondon.wixsite.com/arlislondon2018/video-sandbox.


Thank you again to our speakers for sharing their experience and research as part of a rich programme that explored current issues and practices within art librarianship.


The success of the 2018 conference was also thanks to the tireless work of the conference working party. Just like ARLIS/UK Council, every member of every conference working party volunteers their time to create something exceptional for all our members and attendees.

With thanks to- Rachel Brett, Nicholas Brown, Alexandra Duncan, Laura Elliott, Gustavo Grandal Montero, Cathy Johns, Harriet Lam, Rosaline Love, Carla Marchesan, Stephanie Moran, Hayley Webb, Laura Williams and Rebecca Law.