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IMLS to Award $154.8 Million to States to Improve Library Services

Jan 21, 2015

The annual grants to State Library Administrative Agencies represent the largest source of federal funding support for library services in the U.S. Read More

 
Marx Will Serve as IMLS Acting Director upon Hildreth’s Departure
Maura Marx Headshot

Jan 20, 2015

Maura Marx, deputy director for library services, assumes the leadership role until a new director is nominated by the President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Read More

 
Notice of Funding Opportunity: 2015 Native American Library Services Enhancement Grants

Jan 09, 2015

IMLS will accept Enhancement grant applications through March 2, 2015. Read More

 
 



UpNext Blog Posts


Blog Post: Digging Up an Appetite for Health at The New York Botanical Garden
Carla Hall receives help from an aspiring young chef for a delicious—and healthy!—broccoli pesto.

Mar 12, 2015

The New York Botanical Garden celebrated the 5th anniversary of Let’s! Move by hosting Carla Hall’s Culinary Kids Week in February. Children and families participated in a variety of hands-on activities and demonstrations focused on edible gardening and healthy eating. Read More

 
Blog Post: Taking Note: More Resources for Arts Data-Miners
Delaware Art Museum by flickr user Jeffrey.

Mar 11, 2015

Federal agencies, like the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the National Endowment for the Arts, are making cultural heritage data readily available as a part of open data and open government initiatives. Read More

 
Blog Post: Continuing the Library and Museum Open Data Conversation
Participants in the IMLS board room during the Open Data Open House

Mar 10, 2015

In what we called an Open Data Open House, a cohort of data wonks, librarians, curators, researchers and developers shared ideas on the new IMLS data catalog and ways to use this data. Read More

 
 



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Preserving Art and Finding Hidden Treasures

The Barnes Foundation treated 22 works of art on paper from its permanent collection, including art by Picasso, Cézanne, Klee, Degas, and Renoir, for conservation. In addition to increasing collection accessibility for education, research, and aesthetic appreciation, the conservation project produced an astounding discovery. Read more..

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