Artificial Visions: Navigating the Intersection of AI and Art Libraries

  • Region: All Regions
  • Type: Conference
  • Cost: Free

The Art Libraries Society UK and Ireland holds its annual conference at Central Saint Martins in London from the 2nd to the 4th of July.

This year we ask how art librarians are adapting in the world of artificial intelligence. We’ve invited contributors to investigate the role of emerging technologies (including machine learning, generative AI, and natural language processing) in the context of art and design libraries and archives. Our programme will encapsulate a range of academic and non-academic content and we welcome the perspectives of practitioners who are engaging with the themes we’ve outlined. We encourage anyone who is inspired by or engaging with our theme to attend the conference, whether you are a student, art library worker, curator, academic, artist, early career researcher or independent scholar.

We are thrilled to share that keynote speeches will be presented by Pam Young (Head Registrar at the Victoria and Albert Museum), Juliette Sargeant (Director of Library and Student Services at the University of the Arts London) and Jake Elwes (Artist and Researcher).

In-person and online tickets are available.

View the programme and books tickets on the ARLIS UK and Ireland website. 

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