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Smithsonian Library Summer Internship

Here’s an internship posting that illuminates a potential vocation for art students–librarianship + artists’ books. While it’s rare to find a position that works exclusively with artists’ books, it is possible, and many university and museum library collections feature artists’ … Continue reading

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Smithsonian Research Fellows Show Their Stuff

If you can spare even an hour, make haste next week to SAAM and catch these rising art superstars present their art historical research. These talented scholars, many PhD candidates, receive funding and work space from SAAM to conduct their research. They get … Continue reading

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Make a date in 1863 with Your Daguerreotype Boyfriend

Although you’re too late to buy them for Christmas, consider getting yourself a calendar inspired by the brilliant–or at least dreamy–Tumblr site My Daguerreotype Boyfriend. The site collects “hotties” from photos between 1839 and 1910, giving unsung heros of yesteryear a new … Continue reading

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