The Deanwood Library kiosk located in Ward 7 of Washington DC is one of the nation’s smallest libraries– just 120 […]
The Jerome Robbins Dance Division at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts recently announced it has acquired the complete archives of Michael Holman, iconic downtown New York dance impresario, filmmaker, experimental musician, journalist, and television producer.
Dr. Charles T. Cullen formerly served as president and librarian of the Newberry Library in Chicago.
The projects aim to help shape the future of libraries, meeting 21st century information needs as centers for digital learning, data sharing, community connection and discovery.
The Gloucester County Library System (GCLS) now offers passes for several area museums that may be borrowed by adult GCLS cardholders.
The Pennsylvania Abolition Society seeks proposals for its annual grants to its fund established at The Philadelphia Foundation. The deadline for submission is December 31, 2014. For information on how to apply, visit the Pennsylvania Abolition Society’s website.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded grants for 211 museum projects totaling over $25M through its Museums for America and National Leadership Grants for Museums programs.
The Special Collections and University Archives at the Rutgers University Libraries announced last week that it has launched a new digital exhibition, Struggle Without End: New Jersey and the Civil War.
When I visited The New York Public Library last winter in order to learn more about their research collections, I […]