Art Libraries Society New England chapter will be holding a meeting at Yale on Friday, Sept. 21st. Panopticon is hoping to organize some possible ride sharing. If you’re interested in either offering or accepting a ride, the details will be discussed at our first meeting, Sept. 13th, 5:30-6pm in the GSLIS lounge.
Here are the details for the meeting at Yale:
The ARLIS New England Fall Meeting will be on Friday, September 21, 2007
in the meeting room of the Sterling Library at Yale University. The
program will consist of a panel about the future of scholarly publishing
in art and art history, and the speakers will be Hilary Ballon,
Professor of Art History at Columbia University and co-author with
Mariet Westermann of Art History and Its Publications in the Electronic
Age (http://cnx.org/content/col10376/latest/) and Patricia Fidler, publisher for Art and Architecture editor at Yale
9 Coffee and registration
10:00 Business meeting for ARLIS/NE
11:00 Panel, questions and discussion; welcome by Allen Townsend, new
director of Yale Art Libraries
12:30 Lunch-on your own; list of restaurants will be provided
2:00 Self-guided tours of the Center for British Art, the Yale Art
Gallery, and the Yale Campus, and guided tours of the Beinecke (limit
15), Yale Special Collections (limit 15) and library of Center for
British Art (limit 15)
RSVP by September 14 (the sooner the better) to
firstname.lastname@example.org ; please specify which of the limited
enrollment tours you would prefer.
Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating, enjoyable and
Special thanks to Laura Tatum and Hannah Bennett of Yale University
Libraries for their help in making this event possible.