This month’s post highlights several upcoming conferences that many of us might be interested in attending.
There are two very important conferences in late March: ARLIS/NA will be meeting in Salt Lake City and AASL will be meeting in Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, they are meeting at almost the same time, but hopefully many of us can take advantage of both or learn from our colleagues when we can’t.
Here’s some information of particular relevance to our architectural interests.
ARLIS/NA Conference, Salt Lake City
Tours of SLC architecture, Park City, Ogden, and Spiral Jetty, among others, are planned for March 26th and March 30th.
Among the sessions of particular relevance to our group are:
“You Too Can Write a Review” on Wednesday at 1:30 pm (getting the inside scoop on writing reviews for ARLIS/NA)
“Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Accessing Design Work” on Wednesday at 4:10 pm (This is a discussion session about documenting and saving student design work (physical and digital design).)
“Architecture Networks: Building Connections Between Collections” on Friday at 2 pm (highlighting several online architectural collections created by our members)
Architecture Section meeting: Thursday 8 am
Urban Planning SIG meeting: Thursday 8 am
Materials SIG meeting: Thursday 12:30 pm
AASL Conference, Pittsburgh
Tour of Pittsburgh architecture on March 28th and 2 Frank Lloyd Wright inspired tours on March 31st.
Sessions on the 29th and 30th relating to architectural librarianship (we’ll be on the Carnegie Mellon campus on the 30th). The conference coincides with the ACSA (Assoc of Collegiate Schools of Architecture) annual meeting.
ARCLIB Conference, Venice, Italy
May 8-10, 2019
ARCLIB (UK Architecture Librarians) are meeting with CNBA (their Italian counterparts) in Venice in May. I’m sure they’d welcome any of us who could join them.
SAH 2019 Annual Conference, Providence, RI
April 24-28, 2019
There are sessions on architectural treatises, drawings, and copyright among other themes.
ARLIS UK & Ireland, Glasgow, Scotland
July 15-17, 2019
ARLIS UK & Ireland will be celebrating their 50th anniversary next summer in Glasgow. They just issued a call for papers. I had the good fortune to attend their conference in London last summer and found it to be an incredibly rewarding experience.