Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

An ARLIS/UK & Ireland and University of the Arts London event. Art Librarians and all unite! Down with default man! We want women on the wikis! It’s March, so it’s time for another Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon! Come along to a session of communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to Art, Feminism, […]

ARLIS/UK Chair Elect

ARLIS/UK & Ireland is urgently calling for nomination for the role of Chair Elect who will take up the Position as Chair 2019-2021 at the next AGM in May 2019. If you would like to be nominated, please find a proposer and a seconder to sign the nomination form. If you have a candidate in […]

Kickstarter campaign for second printing of the Bolted Book

The acclaimed facsimile of Fortunato Depero’s 1927 masterwork, the Bolted Book (Depero Futurista), published by Designers & Books, is now in its second printing and available on Kickstarter.   Please note there is a special offer for ARLIS/UK and Ireland members during the Kickstarter campaign: Bolted Book Facsimile + Reader’s Guide + Custom-designed display stand (3-piece set) for $127.   Your name will be included […]

Conference Working Party 2019 expressions of interest

Planning is now underway for next year’s 50th Anniversary ARLIS UK & Ireland Conference, which is to be held at the University of Glasgow from Monday 15th to Wednesday 17th July 2019. We are now seeking enthusiastic ARLIS individuals to join our colleagues at Glasgow and be part of the conference planning team. There are a variety of roles […]

ARLIS/UK & Ireland AGM 2018

  Don’t forget about our 2018 AGM, taking place 8th May 2.30 – 4.30 pm at The Prince’s Charities Shoreditch Gallery: 19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG We have important issues to decide, good news to share, and many new and enthusiastic Officers/Trustees, Council and Committees’ members to vote in and to meet! We hope that […]

Saviours of the Universe urgently needed!

Dear members and friends, As you know, ARLIS UK & Ireland is still going through the considerable challenge of trying to function without a Business Manager. Most professional organisations like ours are run entirely by volunteers: ARLIS UK & Ireland has not been used to working like this, and we are  still adjusting to it. […]