The ARLIS/NA Southern California Chapter is pleased to announce that Dianne Weinthal is the 2019 recipient of the Chapter’s Student Travel Award.
Dianne is a first year Masters of Library and Information Science student at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is focused on photography as artwork, as visual resource, and as digital information. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Stanford University in 2014, where she also completed the Stanford Fellowship in the Arts program at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.
This will be Dianne’s first time attending the ARLIS/NA Annual Conference. She will be presenting her paper Institutional Interoperability: The Andy Warhol Photography Collection at Stanford University as Case Study at the New Voices in the Profession session. This paper draws on her recent professional experience as Assistant Archivist for the Andy Warhol Photography Collection at the Cantor Arts Center.
The Student Travel Award supports and encourages student involvement in ARLIS/NA activities by helping to defray the costs of attending the ARLIS/NA annual conference. Congratulations Dianne!