ARLIS Ontario Spring 2010 Meeting

Join us May 14th in the Learning Zone at the Ontario College of Art and Design for our 2010 Spring meeting.

Be prepared to get involved in the planning for the 2012 ARLIS/NA conference.

And, join us for some presentations on the topic of ephemera.

  • Business meeting to start at 10 am
  • Ephemera presentations to start at 1 pm.

Hope you can join us.

ARLIS Ontario 2009 Fundraiser

It ’s that time of year again!

Please join your colleagues and friends for a glass of Christmas cheer and an


Department of Art Library, University of Toronto
100 St. George St. – 6th floor

As always, we will hold a silent auction of great new art books, funky jewelry and other neat stuff.  You are more than welcome to donate an item or two to the cause.

(Please contact Margaret for details –

Please bring a plate of your favourite nibbles to share.

RSVP to Margaret

Fall 2009 Chapter Meeting: Nov. 6

The date has been confirmed for the ARLIS/Ontario fall chapter meeting. The meeting will take place on Friday, November 6, 2009 in Toronto. For specific time and location details, please email the chapter chair, Margaret English – margaret.english [at]

We hope to see you there!

Spring 2009 Meeting

Toronto, Ontario
Friday April 24, 2009
$25 members / $12 students

Meet at 9:30 am at the south side staff entrance near the former McLaughlin Planetarium

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

The Royal Ontario Museum including the Main and Far Eastern Libraries. We are very pleased to be able to offer our membership a wonderful day at the spectacular and recently redesigned Royal Ontario Museum.

ROM Far Eastern Library Entrance
ROM Far Eastern Library Reading Room

Our hosts will be Arthur Smith, Head, Main Library and Archives and
Jack Howard, Librarian, H.H. Mu Far Eastern Library.

Our ROM colleagues will lead us through a tour of both library facilities and regale us with some juicy details of their ordeal through the “Renaissance”.

After the tours, our visitors’ badges will permit our general release into the entire Museum to browse whichever displays strike our fancy.

We can have lunch at the Museum’s Food Studio which sources organic seasonal ingredients from local Ontario food producers.