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AMLISS aims to provide students at UNC Chapel Hill with the opportunity to explore art, museum and visual resources librarianship and records management. Through lectures, workshops, special events and visits to museum and art libraries, AMLISS will promote these areas of specialization within the field of library and information science and records management to any interested students. AMLISS does not claim ownership for all of the content found on this blog. If you find something used without permission or credit please contact AMLISS to have the situation remedied.
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Ava Gardner Museum →

Ava Gardner (1922-1990) was born in Smithfield, NC, a little over an hour away from the UNC-CH campus. The state of North Carolina is incredibly lucky to have such a unique museum chronicling the life of one of film’s greatest stars. Known for her roles in The Killers, The Barefoot Contessa, and The Night of the Iguana, Gardner’s life and the museum’s collection will be discussed at 7 PM in 304 Manning Hall on 4/19/2012. This night will be a wonderful breath of fresh air during the final push of the Spring semester!

AMLISS INFORMATIONAL MEETINGWhere: Manning 304When: Thursday, 1/26/2012 @ 7 PMWhat: Meet with friendly AMLISS members to discuss upcoming events this Spring and Fall! All are welcome, and meeting relocation to somewhere more comfortable is encouraged!

AMLISS INFORMATIONAL MEETING

Where: Manning 304
When: Thursday, 1/26/2012 @ 7 PM
What: Meet with friendly AMLISS members to discuss upcoming events this Spring and Fall! All are welcome, and meeting relocation to somewhere more comfortable is encouraged!



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AMLISS sponsored!

AMLISS sponsored!

Rare Books Pornography

Time:26 April · 13:30 - 14:30
Location:Grand Reading Room, Wilson Library
Created by:AMLISS - Art & Museum Library & Information Student Society, Eva Sclippa
More info:  A showing and discussion of rare and antique pornography, erotica, and pulp fiction from the Rare Books Collection. Need we say more?
Voice from History Exposed by New Zealand Quake 
"handwritten parchment in a bottle and a sealed copper cylinder believed to contain documents were discovered inside the statue of the city’s founder."

Voice from History Exposed by New Zealand Quake 

"handwritten parchment in a bottle and a sealed copper cylinder believed to contain documents were discovered inside the statue of the city’s founder."

Source : artdaily.org