Kim Collins has been at Emory’s Robert W. Woodruff Library since 2000 and supports the library needs of the art history, classics and visual arts departments, as well as the curators of the Michael C. Carlos Museum. She has a BA from Duke and a MA from George Washington University (both in art history) and an IMLS from Clark Atlanta University. Kim worked in the museum field (NGA, DC and the High Museum of Art) before moving to academia.
From 2009-2011 Kim served on the executive board of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA).
Kim’s current interests include supporting the use of digital images in teaching and research and partnering with MARBL to grow Emory’s collection of rare books (esp. View of Rome, Emblem books, and 20th century artists books.) She is also interested in how technology is changing scholarship (i.e. digital humanities) and collections (e.g. eBooks.)