Banff, Alberta | May 5-9 | Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Program | Proceedings | Final Report

Banff, Alberta | May 5-9 | Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Program | Final Report


Convocation & Other Events

Panel Sessions

  • Session 1: Speaking Out: Indigenous Artists & Collaborations with Museums, Universities, & Libraries
  • Session 2: Planning for Posterity: The Preservation of Art and Architecture Materials
  • Session 3: The Canadian Pacific Railway, National Parks, & the Great Lodges of the Rockies
  • Session 4: Improving Access to Images & Metadata
    • Eileen Fry: "Of Torquetums, Flute Cases, & Puff Sleeves: the Role of Image Cataloger in Non-Art Historical Subject Cataloging"
    • Henry Pisciotta: "LionShare's Peer-to-Peer Approach & the Race to the Un-database"
  • Session 5: Aggregated Image Collections: Enriching & Aggravating?
  • Session 6: Ask ARLIS: Building the ARLIS/NA Mentorship Program
    • Jennifer Parker: "Building & Fostering the Mentor/Mentee Relationship"
    • Tony White: "Planning a Year-Long Pilot Mentoring Program for ARLIS/NA"
  • Session 7: Art Books, Books in Art: The Canadian Chronicle
  • Session 8: Visual Resources, Educational Technologies, & Teaching: A Collaborative Faculty Support Model
  • Session 9: Online Access to Exhibition Histories: The Role of the Art Museum Library
  • Session 10: Art in the Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Photographer Mary Schaffer and the British Literati in the Canadian Rockies
  • Session 11: Ask Arlis: Reaching Out: Chapter Links to Local Library Schools
  • Session 12: Digital Reconstruction of Illuminated Manuscripts: The Ege Project
  • Session 13: New Voices in the Profession: Student Papers on Art and visual Resources Librarianship
  • Session 15: What Art & Architecture Isn't: The Decorative Arts
  • Session 15: Promise & Constraints: What Case Studies Tell About National Art Libraries
  • Session 18: Words on the Street: Graphic Novel & Comics Collections in Academic & Art & Design School Libraries

Poster Sessions






Round Tables

Discussion Groups, Working Groups, & User Groups