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Fasanella in Context [9/15/22 on Zoom]

Art of Labor: Social Realism as a context for Fasanella –Peter Carravetta • The Migrant evidenced in MaterialCulture as depicted by Fasanella – Loredana Polezzi • Notesfor a…

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Attention Must Be Paid: The Insistent Voice of Ralph Fasanella

Nancy Wallach presents "Attention Must Be Paid: The Insistent Voice of Ralph Fasanella" on zoom and in the MSU Library Green Room. With questions and a response by Marc Fasanella. Part of…

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Creative Conversations: Creating Equitable Arts and Cultural Community Engagement Partnerships--A Panel on Music and the Performing Arts

Interested in learning how to create new community-engaged partnerships around music and performing arts? Are you new to using visual creative activities for community-engaged social change? This…

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The American Painter and the Mexican Lithographer

Presentation on American Painter Aaron Douglas and Mexican Lithographer Jorge Guadalupe Posada

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Alexey Brodovitch and Ruth Ansel

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Know Their Names: Case Studies in DEIA Collection Development Assessment, Expansion, and Access

This session took place on April 6, 2022, as part of the ARLIS/NA 50th Annual Conference in Chicago. It was moderated by Nick Curotto. Jared Ash and Daisy Paul present "Black Artists Matter:…

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Thinking Globally Acting Locally: Increasing Access to a Wider Range of Diverse Materials

This session discusses collection development strategies that aim to diversify and provide better access to library collections. It took place on April 6, 2022, as part of the ARLIS/NA 50th Annual…

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Artist Talk: Tania Willard

Artist, curator, and educator Tania Willard, of the Secwepemc Nation, presents her artist talk titled Intuition Archive. Tania works within the shifting ideas of contemporary and traditional as it…

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Transforming Michigan Tourism by Ensuring Safe, Accessible and Welcoming Communities, Session Three

November 10, 2021 Speakers: John George, Detroit Blight Busters Rosalyn Flint, Cross Pollination Corridor and The Urban Country Teahouse

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ARLIS/NA Artist Files Special Interest Group: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Discussion Panel

The Artist Files SIG held an online discussion forum on the topic of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in artist file collections on August 9, 2021. The one-hour session included a panel of three…

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ARLIS/NA Exhibitions SIG Annual Meeting and Lightning Talks

The ARLIS/NA Exhibitions Special Interest Group met on This recording features three lightning talks. Carmen Peters presents "Art in the Library: Making the Case for an Exhibition Space",…

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Creativity and Collaborations in Special Collections and Archives / Créativité et collaborations dans les archives et collections spéciales

This bilingual session explores the ways in which archives and special collections engage with their communities by using their visual and textual resources as tools for teaching and learning.…

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Collaborative Institutional Problem-Solving: Exploring DEI Initiatives and Five Case Studies Across Libraries and Museums

This session took place on May 13, 2021, as part of the ARLIS/NA Virtual Conference hosted by the ARLIS/NA MOQ Chapter. Presenters include Claralyn Burt, Soumya Dasgupta, Emilee Mathews, and K. Sarah…

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Black Lunch Table: The People’s History

This keynote lecture for the ARLIS/NA Midstates Ohio Valley Joint Chapter Virtual Conference took place on November 13, 2020 and was given by Jina Valentine, co-founder of Black Lunch Table (BLT),…

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ArLiSNAP VREPS 2015 Virtual Conference: Part 3 of Student & New Professional Presentations

Four presentations by students and new professionals from the ArLiSNAP VREPS Virtual Conference that took place on January 17, 2015, are given: 1. Opening Artists' Books to Users: Examples from…

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Not so (IM)Material: Training the Next Generation of Artists, Art Historians, and Curators

A presentation by Luke Leither given on December 5, 2014, as part of ARLIS Mountain West Virtual Conference. Related Event: ARLIS Mountain West 2014 Virtual Conference - Testing the Waters:…

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