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|December 10, 2021 - December 11, 2021||Rose City Holiday Book & Paper Fair
Booksellers from the Pacific Northwest and beyond will be bringing their best rare and collectible books, ephemera, maps, prints, photographs and more. The fair is happening just in time for the holiday season, so you will be sure to find gifts for all the booklovers on your list.
Fri, Dec 10th: Special VIP event 6pm - 9pm, $25
Rose City Holiday Book & Paper Fair
Portland, ORMore info
|February 4, 2022 - February 5, 2022||2022 San Francisco Antiquarian Book Print & Paper Fair
First Fair in the 2022 California Bay !
Antiquarian & Rare Books, First Editions, Posters, Ephemera, Maps & Exploration, Literature, Photographs, Books & Paper, Art, Children's Books, Gastronomy, Science Fiction, California & The West.
South San Francisco Conference Center
South San Francisco, CAMore info
|February 4, 2022 - February 6, 2022||Rare Books LA - Pasadena!
SAVE THE DATE: Rare Books LA – Pasadena invites booksellers and bibliophiles from around the world to safely reconnect and share their love of books, maps, ephemera, fine bindings, original art, photography, and more.
In conjunction with the in-person book fair, Rare Books LA is hosting a concurrent virtual book fair using the Getman’s Virtual platform that kicks off Thursday, February 3 at 9am/PT and runs for the duration of the in-person fair.
Fri, Feb 4th 5pm - 8pm
Pasadena Convention Center
Pasadena, CAMore info
|February 11, 2022 - February 13, 2022||54th California International Antiquarian Book Fair More info||Book Fairs||West|
|April 5, 2022 - April 9, 2022||ARLIS/NA 2022: 50th Annual Conference
The Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) Golden Anniversary Annual Conference returns to an in-person event in Chicago, the City of Broad Shoulders. Chicago looms large in society history: ARLIS/NA’s storied founding in 1972 happened in Chicago which was also the site of two subsequent conferences in 1976 and 1992. Embodying the Golden Anniversary milestone is the conference theme, “Past, Present, Future: Aspiring to New Heights”. Our host city reflects that theme with its 19th century development and its remarkable rebirth following the calamitous 1871 fire to become the most architecturally significant city in the country in the 20th century.
The term Chicago is derived from the Algonquin word “chicagua” used by the Miami-Illinois and Potowatomi peoples and Chicago has grown into the nation’s third-largest city since its establishment as a trading post by Jean Baptiste Point DuSable. Throughout these centuries Chicago has been a significant migratory destination of global peoples to become the multicultural and ethnically diverse hub of the Midwest. Within the Chicago context, the ongoing work being done to achieve social justice, equity, and inclusion is very present and real.
The conference Co-Chairs have assembled an impressive schedule of panel sessions, posters, roundtables, and workshops with content related to diversity, equity, and inclusion; advocacy, social justice, public policy, and activism; and critical librarianship. Joining those are the perennially strong topics of collection development and management, visual literacy, digital scholarship, and pedagogical practice among others—such as the highlighting of local art and architecture—that all combine to make the annual conference the professional development event of the year.
Hyatt Regency Chicago
Chicago, ILMore info