The Heard Museum’s Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives is a comprehensive research facility that includes information about indigenous art and cultures from around the world and an unparalleled resource file containing information about more than 25,000 American Indian artists. The Library also has an extensive Digital Library where you can view images of photographs, posters, and even artwork. Visit the Library’s website here.
Guild volunteers are involved in every aspect of making the Library run: cataloging; logging in newly-acquired books, magazines, and newspapers; clipping news articles; updating records; digitizing files; or searching for information needed for a project or event. You can set your own schedule and work as many hours or days as you like, although the librarians would like a commitment of 4 hours per week. Come join us–working in the Library is a friendly, fascinating, and rewarding experience.
Where do I start?
Guild Members, contact the Library Chair at email@example.com for complete information.