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Alt-ARLIS Panel Discussion
18 DEC 2013 · 3:30 PM
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, USA
ARLIS/NA 42nd Annual Conference (2014)
1 MAY 2014 · 9:00 AM
1000 H Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., DC 20001, USA
ARLIS/NA 43rd Annual Conference (2015)
30 APR 2015 · 6:00 PM
Fort Worth, TX, USA
Bon Voyage! ARLIS/NY Membership Takes You Places
The travel award is given in memory of Celine Palatsky, who served as the Associate Museum Librarian of the Thomas J. Watson Library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 1971 to 1999 and as ARLIS/NY Treasurer for fourteen consecutive years. Celine grew up in France, and as a cataloger and reference librarian at the Met, she handled books in a number of languages, including Greek and Latin. She was a dedicated professional, serving this chapter from 1979 to 1993 and participating in local, regional, and national meetings. Celine was an avid and enthusiastic traveler, enjoying the arts, fine food, and adventure.The amount and number of awards varies based on chapter resources and location of the annual conference. The ARLIS/NY Travel Award was initiated in 1993 and renamed the Celine Palatsky Travel Award in 2000.The ARLIS/NY Executive Board has established a special fund in support of the Celine Palatsky Travel Award. We encourage you to donate as much as you can to promote conference attendance and professional development of our membership. The next Celine Palatsky Travel Award will be given to support travel to the 2014 ARLIS/NA annual conference in Washington, D.C. Deadline for application: date to be announced in 2014 Eligibility:• Applicants must be a member of both ARLIS/NY and ARLIS/NA.• Applicants must not have full institutional support.• Applicants must not be an ARLIS/NY board member.• Applicants must not have won this award in the past five yearsRecipients of the Celine Palatsky Travel Award2013: Holly Hatheway (Pasadena, CA)2012: Meg Donabedian (Toronto, Ontario)2011: Teresa A. Slobuski, Suzanne C. Walsh (Minneapolis, MN)2010: Deirdre Donohue, Rosemary K. Davis, Clayton Kirking (Boston, MA)2009: Maria Oldal (Indianapolis, IN)2008: Cheryl M. Costello (Denver, CO)2007: Karyn Hinkle (Atlanta, GA)2006: Jill E. Luedke (Banff, Alberta, Canada)2005: Lauren Edison (Houston, TX)2004: Henry Baker, Jessica Cline, Shalimar Abigail Ordonez Fojas, Rita Nannini, and Billy Parrott (New York City, NY)2003: Christina Peter (Baltimore, MD)2002: Rebecca L. Kranz (St. Louis, MO)2001: Helen Kim (Los Angeles, CA)2000: Rebecca Wilkins (Pittsburgh, PA)ARLIS/NY Travel Award1999: Christina Gjertsen (Vancouver, British Columbia)1998: Ilene Magaras (Philadelphia, PA)1997: No Award Given This Year (San Antonio, TX)1996: Jeffrey Stephens and Paolina Taglienti (Miami Beach, FL)1995: Tammy Wofsey (Montreal, Quebec)1994: Chris Sala (Providence, RI)1993: Created in 1993, no awards granted until 1994
Cataloging Resource Alert!
This online publication, authored by the ARLIS/NA Cataloging Advisory Committee, continues the series of best practice publications devoted to the cataloging of exhibition catalogs. This latest publication provides invaluable recommendations for creating correct name and title access points when cataloging exhibition catalogs. Cataloging Exhibition Publications: Best Practices: Name and Title Access PointsWritten and compiled by: Lynda Bunting, Sherman Clarke, Marly Helm, Elizabeth Lilker, Elizabeth O'Keefe, Sarah Quimby, Daniel Starr. Previous publications from this series include: Title and statement of responsibilitiesNotesSubjects Thanks to the ARLIS/NA Cataloging Advisory Committee, which includes some NY chapter members, for this guide!Be sure to check out the ARLIS/NA publications page for more helpful resources.
ARLIS Study Tour @ Yale
The ARLIS/NA Study Tour from Germany and Austria had a lovely spring day to explore Yale's campus and libraries. They are pictured here in front of Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library with host Holly Hatheway (front row, far right), Assistant Director for Collections, Research & Access Services at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, and ARLIS/NY Board Member.
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