Keynote Presentations

Melissa Adler (Western University):

The Library as a place of desire: the necessity of art for (re)imagining purpose and design. 

Johanna Drucker (University of California, Los Angeles):

Curating and complicity: the special case of artists’ books

Pat Christie (University of the Arts London)

The 'art' of librarianship: art and design librarianship as a creative practice

Leo Appleton (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Reflections on (not) being an Art Librarian

 

Panel Presentations

Panel 4A

Laurence Byrne, Leila Kassit (Senate House Library) and Hudda Khaireh (Thick/er Black Lines) 
The Library Examined: A workshop collaboration with OOMK and Thick/er Black Lines. 

 

Stephanie Moran (INIVA, Stuart Hall Library) and Ting Ting Cheng (Artist) 
On the Desert Island: An Artist Residency at the Stuart Hall Library

 

Kraig Binkowski (Yale Center for British Art) 
The ARIAH-RIHA Professional Exchange Fellowship: First-hand perceptions of London art libraries in the early 21st century.

Moderated by Gustavo Grandal Montero (University of the Arts, London) 

Panel 1A

 

Eleanor Gawne (The Architectural Association School of Architecture)

What's so special about special collections? Managing and promoting 'rare' materials in architecture libraries

 

Lesley Ruthven (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Facilitating the development of creativity using special collections and archives

 

Ann Chow (The National Archives)

Uses of Archives as Creative Activity: what does it mean for us?

Moderated by Amanda Russell (University of Plymouth)

Panel 1B


Althea Greenan (Goldsmiths, University of London)

From Slide Collection to Feminist Network: digitising the Women's Library as deviant performance

 

Kelly Davis (Getty Provenance Index)

Information Icebergs: Re-structuring legacy metadata for the 21st century

 

Anne Welsh (University College London)

'The following | sing | I | a | book': A Humument as 'work in progress...Gesamtkunstwerk' and the definition of the Work in library cataloguing.

Moderated by Gustavo Grandal Montero (University of the Arts London)

Panel 2

 

Jane Carlin (University of Puget Sound, Washington)

Artists' Books as Catalysts of Social Change

 

Adele Patrick (Glasgow Women's Library)

Art and Activism in the Archive: creative thinking and radical acts in the making of Glasgow's Women's Library

Moderated by Hayley Webb (Tate)

Panel 3B


Melanie Grant & Solomon Szekir-Papasavva (Wellcome Collection)

Art and Health: challenging the norm

 

Laura Elliot (Goldmiths University) and Jessa Mockridge (Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London)

Para*text and Paperwork:the relationship between independent publishing and the art library

 

Kirsty Fife (National Science and Media Museum)

Not for you: The ethical implications of archiving self-publishing

Moderated by Alexandra Duncan (University of the Arts London)

Panel 4B


Jonathan Franklin (The National Gallery, London)

Museum Libraries and Library History: joining the research conversation at the National Gallery.

 

Tanveer Ahmed (Royal College of Art & Open University) and Cathy Johns (Royal College of Art)

Re-Imagining Fashion Herstories/ Histories: Decolonising fashion history in The Royal College of Art Library.

Moderated by Laura Williams (University of Huddersfield)

Panel 3A


Rebecca Price (University of Michigan)

Materials Collection Teaching Tactile Literacy

 

John Paul Dowling (National College of Art & Design, Dublin)

Archive(ist)

 

Sara DeWaay (University of Oregan Libraries)

Altering Artists' Books Instruction: Using learning objects to inspire active learning

Moderated by Carla Marchesan (Princes Foundation)

Student, Trainee & Apprentice Panel

 

The panel consisted of four responses from emerging professionals to the theme 'Challenges and opportunities facing art librarians today/ of the future.'

 

Sergio Alonso Mislata (The Courtauld Institute of Art)

Art Librarianship and the Digital Shift

 

Joanna Baines (University of Kent)

Challenges and opportunities facing present and future art librarians: the case of the British Cartoon Archive

 

Katie Learmont (University College London)

Digitisation at the National Art Library

 

Sarah Kafala (University of Essex)

To charge or not to charge, that is the question...OR... If we build it, will they come?

Moderated by Anne Welsh (Lecturer in the Department of Information Studies, University College London) and Lyn Robinson (Reader in Library & Information Science, City University).

 

Lightning Talks

Lightning Talks 1C


Rebecca Price (University of Michigan)

Materials Collection Teaching Tactile Literacy

 

John Paul Dowling (National College of Art & Design, Dublin)

Archive(ist)

 

Sara DeWaay (University of Oregan Libraries)

Altering Artists' Books Instruction: Using learning objects to inspire active learning

Moderated by Carla Marchesan (Princes Foundation)

Lightning Talk 1A


Sarah Maule (University of Westminster)

Inspiration, research or novelty: an exploratory study of the introduction and impact of the Ravensbourne materials library.

 

Julia Flood & Beth Thompson (Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London)

Foundation Art & Design Students at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London): project-specific workshops as the answer to information literacy training en-masse

 

Elizabeth Meinke (Case Western Reserve University)

Workshops of Delight: exhibits in the library

Moderated by Laura Williams (University of Huddersfield)

Lightning Talks 2A

 

Stephen Patton (Indiana State University)

Developing an institutions permanent art collection as a library resource

 

Heather Johnson & Alison First (National Museum of the Royal Navy)

SeaMore: showcasing the National Museum of the Royal Navy's image collections

 

Rebecca Law (nee Daniels) & Caroline Penn (V&A National Art Library)

Illustrious Illustration: administering and curating the V&A Illustration Awards 2018)

Lightning Talks 2B

Lauren Dolman (Balliol College, Oxford)

Materially Different? Can the concepts of the library and information science be applied to the materials library?

 

James Blake (Sotheby's Insitute of Art)

Updating the Book Classification Scheme at Sotheby's Institute of Art

 

Lexi Frost (INIVA, Stuart Hall Library)

On Whose 'Authority'? An Investigation into problematic Library of Congress Subject Headings at the Stuart Hall Library

Moderated by Carla Marchesan

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