The Society's publication programs publish scholarly, professional, or practical work relating to art librarianship and visual resources curatorship.
A list of older publications can be found in the Publications Archive.
The first publication of its kind, Art Museum Libraries and Librarianship looks at every facet of art museum librarianship.
This pioneering web-based resource represents a giant step forward in providing access to one of the most important "hidden" collections in art libraries, the Artist Files.
This series of publications on best practices, created by the ARLIS/NA Cataloging Advisory Committee, is devoted to providing practical guidance to catalogers working with art exhibition publications.
Paradigmatic policy statements from academic, architecture, museum, and art school libraries, as well as from visual collections.
An invaluable tool that guides art librarians and visual resource professionals through the issues and challenges of creating competency standards and allied curricula.
This free online publication compiles and presents the extensive survey information from 39 of the 56 ALA accredited library science programs in North America.
This set of competencies is an invaluable aid to librarians as they strive to define and delimit information literacy skills for students in design disciplines.
A practical guide for any professional participating in self-studies for accreditation applications.
For any professional responsible for teaching about information resources in the areas of the fine arts, applied arts and architecture.