Sunday, June 17, 2018

Audio Recording Now Available: Women in a Golden Age of Artists' Books

The audio recording is now available through SoundCloud for the Roundtable "Women in a Golden Age of Artists' Books".

This roundtable discussion included the following featured speakers:
Cynthia Marsh, Professor of Art, Founder of the Goldsmith Press & Rare Type Collection, Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN); Rebecca Michaels, Associate Professor of Photography, Tyler School of Art (Philadelphia, PA); Patty Smith, artist, printmaker, book artist, and professor of Fine Arts, Printmaking at The University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA).
Moderated by Tony White, the Florence and Herbert Irving Associate Chief Librarian at the Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will serve as moderator.
Co-presented with the Center for Book Arts; the New York City Chapter of the American Printing History Association (APHA); Small Editions Artist's Books; and Theta Chapter, Beta Phi Mu Honor Society, Pratt Institute School of Information.

Friday, June 1, 2018

[PHOTOS] More photos from Theta chapter initiation and party on May 11!

New 2018 initiates! Congratulations, Kat Fanning (r) and Heather Hill!

L-R) Chapter Vice President Alexandra Nader, Professor Irene Lopatovska, Treasurer Diane Dias De Fazio.

Professor Debbie Rabina (center) enjoys conversation with Irene Lopatovska and 2018 initiation featured speaker Rossy Mendez.

Interim Dean Anthony Cocciolo chats with Chapter Membership Coordinator Michelle Lee at the reception.

The Lamp of Knowledge and the Beta Phi Mu Theta Chapter Certificate

BPMTheta's Michelle Lee presents as part of author panel on May 14

Beta Phi Mu Theta Chapter Membership Coordinator, Michelle Lee, recently presented as part of an author panel for "Support the Asian Pacific American Community: Librarians on Diversity, Inclusivity and Community Engagement" held at Pratt Institute.

Read more about it in American Libraries Magazine's blog!

From left: Janet Clarke, associate dean of research and user engagement at Stony Brook (N.Y.) University Libraries; Arlene Yu, dance collections manager at New York Public Library (NYPL); Michelle Lee, young adult librarian at NYPL; and Miriam Tuliao, library marketing manager at Penguin Random House, at the "Supporting the Asian Pacific American Community: Librarians on Diversity, Inclusivity, and Civic Engagement" panel on May 14. Photo by Haruko Yamauchi. Caption from American Libraries Magazine Blog.