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Thursday, April 7 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Imagination, Collaboration, and the Social Production of Knowledge

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Join us in digging into the social production of knowledge as we explore Imaginaries of LA at the Getty, curated browsing at the University of Pittsburgh, and library-gallery collaborations at the University of Toronto. Themes of poetic imagination, creative response, and critical innovation structure the research activities discussed in this presentation.

Exploring the archive through narrative-centered programming: the Ed Ruscha Streets of Los Angeles Project as an audience engagement model
Zanna Gilbert, Senior Research Specialist, Getty Research Institute
Megan Sallabedra, Research Associate, Getty Research Institute

Harmonious Collaborations: Partnering with the Campus Gallery
Paulina Rousseau, Head, Liaison Librarian Program, Liaison Librarian to Arts, Culture, and Media, University of Toronto Scarborough

Curated Browsing and Wondering with One Another
Kate Joranson Head Librarian, Henry Clay Frick Fine Arts Library, University Library System, University of Pittsburgh


Heather Topcik

Bard Graduate Center


Kate Joranson

University of Pittsburgh

Zanna Gilbert

Getty Research Institute

Paulina Rousseau

University of Toronto Scarborough

Megan Sallabedra

Getty Research Institute

Thursday April 7, 2022 2:15pm - 3:45pm CDT
Hyatt Regency Chicago Water Tower Room