ACRL Arts (Arts Section) Section
As libraries continue to acquire digital content (books, films, websites, and other media), they face an increasing demand both to adhere to relevant intellectual property laws, and to open up materials for teaching and research purposes. This session will feature a panel of professors, lawyers, and librarians to discuss how librarians can assert fair use rights and understand the complex range of issues concerning intellectual property rights over new media materials.
FELIX J. DREYFOUS LIBRARY
NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART
BOOKMARKS EXHIBITION, LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE
AND ARTISTS’ BOOKS PROGRAM
SATURDAY JUNE 25TH, 2011
Join us on Saturday June 25th at NOMA to view the exhibition BOOKMARKS : Illustration, Livres d’artiste, Artist’s Books, Bookworks.
At 2:00 p.m. visit the Felix J. Dreyfous Library at the New Orleans Museum of Art for an open house and to view the library.
The open house will be followed by a program and demonstration of artists’ books, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. in NOMA’s auditorium.
Conference goers that present their conference tags on this day will receive a 50% discount on admission, and a 10% discount in the museum shop.
Please call me at 504-658-4117 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you will attend the open house and/or the program.
Please check our NOMA’s web site www.noma.org for information about exhibitions, hours, and location.
I look forward to seeing you,
Sheila A. Cork
Saturday, June 25
All Committees Meeting
8-10 am Sheraton New Orleans – Southdown
10:30-12 pm Sheraton New Orleans – Southdown
Current Trends in European Film
10:30-12 pm Morial Convention Center – Rm 277
(Sponsored by ACRL WESS/SEES & co-sponsored in name only by ACRL Arts)
Dance Librarians Discussion Group
1:30-3:30 pm Sheraton New Orleans – Napoleon B3
New Orleans Museum of Art Open House
2-5pm One Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, for more info see www.noma.org/contact, more info on admission and discounts forthcoming.
In conjunction with the exhibit “Bookmarks: The Artist’s Response to Text”
- 2-3:30pm Library – light refreshments and drinks will be served
- 3:30-5pm Auditorium – Program by Bill and Vicky Stewart from Vamp and Tramp, Booksellers, LLC, (www.vampandtramp.com) books will displayed for a up close look.
Film & Broadcast Librarians Discussion Group
4-5:30 pm Sheraton New Orleans – Bayside A/B
Sunday, June 26
Executive & General Membership
10:30-12 pm New Orleans Marriott – La Galerie 2
Filmmaker Helen Hill: Animation, Activism and Recovery
10:30-12pm Morial Convention Center – Rm 353
(Sponsored by ALA Video Roundtable & co-sponsored in name only by ACRL Arts)
Creating Multimedia Metadata: Controlled Vocabularies Across Time and Space 1:30-3:30 pm Morial Convention Center – Rm 338
(Sponsored by ACRL Arts & co-sponsored in name only by ACRL Image Resources Interest Group, ACRL ANSS, ALCTS Metadata Interest Group)
Digital Arts Discussion Group
4:00-5:30 pm Marriott at Convention Center – Julia
Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education: Introducing a New Interdisciplinary Information Literacy Standard for 21st Century Learner
4:00-5:30 pm Morial Convention Center – Rm 339
(Sponsored by ACRL Image Resources Interest Group & co-sponsored in name only by ACRL Arts)
Gather all of the clues you’ll need to solve the mystery of those strange objects posted, hung, and placed in libraries and across college campuses: small, black and white, square-ish, and completely unreadable. Reveal the secrecy of how you can use them on your own campus by watching the archived version of the Arts Section’s discussion forum. “Using QR codes to engage students with the arts: A practical approach” will plot you through the journey of two academic libraries and how they have used these 2D barcodes to take students on a tour of campus art and to teach students about waste and recycling. It’s a session of whodunit that you shouldn’t miss!
If you would only like to see the presenter’s slides, check out their prezis:
Jolanda-Pieta van Arnhem (College of Charleston Libraries):
Liv Valmestad (University of Manitoba):
Please join us for ACRL Arts Virtual Executive Committee/General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 1pm EST https://my.dimdim.com/acrl_arts/. The agenda can be found here: http://acrlarts.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/midwinter-2011-agendas/#comments.
We will be reviewing ACRL's Strategic Plan, Plan for Excellence. Please review this document and be prepared to answer the following questions:1. In considering a 3-5 year planning cycle and a focused strategic plan, is there anything you expected to see in the goals and objective that is not included?2. Given the three goal areas, what suggestions do you have for activities and projects that ACRL should undertake an to advance the plan?3. Is there anything in the draft plan that is not clear?
See you soon,Claudia CovertChair