Wikipedia edit-a-thon: female artists of colour

An ARLIS/UK & Ireland and University of the Arts London event.   Wikipedia is the 5th most visited website in the world 80% of its global content is written by white men from Europe and North America Tired of the internet reflecting the same bias as society? Help us to change it.   It’s March, […]

Irish Art Libraries Networking Event, National Gallery of Ireland, December 2019

Arlis 50: Irish Art Libraries Networking Event  Hosted by the National Gallery of Ireland Library & Archives, Sir Denis Mahon Reading Room & Art Library Reading Room, National Gallery of Ireland, 11 December 2019.     Aims of the event: To strengthen the network of art libraries in Ireland by inviting representatives from various art and […]

GUT HOUSE audio guide project, Deptford Town Hall, October-November 2019

GUT HOUSE: Deptford Town Hall, 25 October-4 November 2019.   ‘Now we, organs, return to fish-like times and begin to think.’ GUT HOUSE is a thirty-minute audio guide for Deptford Town Hall. It was included in the Deptford X Fringe programme 2019, 25 October – 4 November, a free artist-run community arts festival in and […]

ARLIS 50th anniversary event: Viva Las Projectionistas

Viva Las Projectionistas: ARLIS celebrates women’s art through slides and slides through women’s art Centre for Contemporary Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Wednesday, 30 October 2019: 4-6pm This event, organised by Althea Greenan, and Antonia Lewis from Goldsmiths Library and Special Collections, brought together practitioners and students from Goldsmiths and beyond to look back at […]

Exhibition: MISSES EVERYTHING, August 2019

ARLIS 50th Anniversary event: MISSES EVERYTHING, August 2019 The exhibition MISSES EVERYTHING took place at Jupiter Woods in South London during August 2019. The project stemmed from a year-long conversation between artist Georgia Lucas-Going and curator Katie Simpson, in collaboration with The Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths College, London, responding to the question ‘how can we thrive […]

IFLA 2019 report / Erica Foden-Lenahan

IFLA WLIC 2019 Athens, Greece 24-31 August   Attendance at an IFLA WLIC is a profession-affirming experience. As a solo librarian, it can be easy to become isolated and the activity of WLIC, the sessions attended, the posters viewed and the exhibition navigated remind one of the bigger picture. The discussions that ensue and ideas […]