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Thursday, April 7 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Creative Practice as Scholarly Practice: Artistic Alternatives to “Publish or Perish” Models in LIS

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This panel will bring together information professionals to explore the topic of creative practice and research as scholarly communication. Joan Jocson-Singh and Junior Tidal will discuss their connections with extreme music (EM) and their grant-supported work on a multimedia bibliography meant to build visibility for traditionally marginalized groups and researchers within EM. Kate Joranson will explore the interconnectivity of her roles as artist, librarian, and caregiver, sharing her projects I’m Wondering and Curiosity Archive. Sara Smith’s presentation will introduce attendees to their practice of speculative creation from archival research and related projects such as a library fellowship program for student artists. Panelists will then devote time to discussion with each other and the audience.

Shush: Developing an Extreme Music Bibliography by and for Marginalized Communities
Joan Jocson-Singh, California Institute of the Arts
Junior Tidal, New York City College of Technology at CUNY

Artifacts of Creative Labor
Kate Joranson, University of Pittsburgh

Everything is Speculative Fiction: Personal and Collective Worldbuilding as an Arts Librarian
Sara Smith, Amherst College

Sponsored by Illinois State University


Emily Coxe

Rhode Island School of Design


Joan Jocson-Singh

California Institute of the Arts

Kate Joranson

University of Pittsburgh

Sara Smith

Amherst College

Junior Tidal

New York City College of Technology at CUNY

Thursday April 7, 2022 8:30am - 10:00am CDT
Hyatt Regency Chicago Gold Coast Room