Library video receives “Arlie” award from Association of Research Libraries

May 17, 2021

The results are in. A video about a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate student’s passion for rare books and art is the winner of a 2021 Arlie award in the Publicity and Marketing category. The Arlies is the Association of Research Libraries’ annual festival of member-created videos. Directors attending the association’s annual meeting select the awardees.

The video follows Lulu Zilinskas as she completed a project to create prints from rubbings of the covers of rare books at the Wilson Special Collections Library. Zilinskas graduated May 16 from the School of Information and Library Science. Her project was supported through the University Libraries’ Incubator Awards.

The award-winning video is the work of Johnny Andrews, photographer and videographer with University Communications.

Learn more and view all Arlie winners on the ARL Film Festival 2021 web page.


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