“Cultural Arts Family Reunion”: A Gathering to Rediscover and Rebuild Community at the Cherry Hill Arts and Music Waterfront Festival

The Johns Hopkins University and University of Baltimore’s Cultural Arts Legacy Project will be hosting free cultural arts activities at the Cherry Hill Arts and Music Waterfront Festival on July 4, 2022, at the festival grounds from 1 p.m. to Continue reading “Cultural Arts Family Reunion”: A Gathering to Rediscover and Rebuild Community at the Cherry Hill Arts and Music Waterfront Festival

RLB Library’s First Appointed Outreach and Engagement Librarian

We’re pleased and excited to announce Angela Koukoui has been appointment as our Outreach & Engagement Librarian. Working collaboratively with all areas of the RLB Library, Angela will develop, implement, and assess a variety of efforts both in-person and online Continue reading RLB Library’s First Appointed Outreach and Engagement Librarian

Preserving and Providing Access to Baltimore Television News Station (WMAR), 1980–1985

WMAR-TV Collection graphic

When I started working at Special Collections and Archives in 2015, I was introduced to U-matic tapes. Being a millennial, I was familiar with VHS and Betacam, but I had never heard of U-matic tapes. I did some research and Continue reading Preserving and Providing Access to Baltimore Television News Station (WMAR), 1980–1985

Read Communication Arts magazine on Flipster!

Did you know the RLB Library has a digital subscription to Communication Arts magazine on Flipster? Communication Arts is the largest trade journal of visual communications, and it covers graphic design, advertising, photography, illustration and interactive media. It’s a great resource Continue reading Read Communication Arts magazine on Flipster!

Just in Time for Summer Reading–New eBooks!

Check out a few of the ebooks recently added to the RLB Library’s ebook collection: Cops, Cameras, and Crisis: the Potential and the Perils of Police Body-Worn Cameras by Michael D. White and Aili E. Malm. “Michael D. White and Continue reading Just in Time for Summer Reading–New eBooks!