The Washington Art Library Resources Committee (WALRC) is giving away four free registrations to students and new professionals for the
ARLIS/NA Conference in DC May 1-5, 2014.
WALRC is a voluntary, non-profit organization of art and architecture
libraries and research institutions in the metropolitan Washington area.
WALRC is also a funding source for publications which document the art
historical collections of Washington area libraries. You do not have to
be from the Washington, DC Metro area to be considered as WALRC
encourages everyone to utilize our libraries for research.
The deadline for applying is March 12, 2014. All applicants will be notified by March 15, 2014. Please fill out the following form to be considered:
Source: ARLIS-L listserv
Looking for a paid internship this summer? Need to get experience at an exceptional art library? Apply for The Ringling Art Library’s summer internship by March 3, 2014. The internship will be 40 hours per week for 10 weeks. You must currently be a MLIS or MSLS student at an ALA-accredited institution to qualify.
Internship FAQ: http://www.ringling.org/summer-internships-faqs