As part of both the Learning from Artists’ Archives initiative and my SILS coursework, I participated in a field experience in which I established the studio archive for Durham letterpress artist Brian Allen. Continue reading “Capstone presentation for studio archive field experience”
Prior to becoming 2nd year fellows of the Artists’ Archives initiative, our application of knowledge was largely general. We led workshop sessions for groups of artists and presented at library conferences, but rarely did we provide in depth, tailored consultations with individual artists who had particular needs. Starting this year, however, my class of fellows has filled that gap by digging into the second internship required by the initiative: consulting with a North Carolina artist to establish their studio archive. Continue reading “Path of Least Resistance: Mirroring Organizational Patterns in Artists’ Archives”
Are you an artist looking to get your studio and personal materials organized to help you maintain order (both physically & digitally), manage your finances, apply for grants & fellowships, or prepare for legacy matters? The free, online workbook Artists’ Studio Archives: Managing Personal Collections & Creative Legacies answers those issues and more. It’s also available for print-on-demand at Lulu.com. Continue reading “Artists’ Studio Archives: Managing Personal Collections & Creative Legacies”
I’m ecstatic to share that, as part of the Artists’ Archives initiative, I’m spending the next three months working as an intern in the Archives department at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This past Fall, I took Denise Anthony’s Intro to Archives course. One of her assignments included following the coverage of archives in the news. I chose to present on the Harry Ransom Center’s new Project REVEAL. Continue reading “Project REVEAL: A Harry Ransom Center Open Access Digital Endeavour”