Search here for books, magazines, CDs, and DVDs in the Rock Hall collections. This will take you to the
WorldCat online catalog and allow you to locate resources both in our library and libraries near you.
You'll be able to share your favorite concert and music memories with friends, family and fans around the world, and potentially be included in the Rock Hall’s permanent collection.
The Center for Popular Music Studies at Case Western Reserve University, working with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, announces the availability of research fellowships to support use of the resources of the Rock Hall’s Library & Archives. Fellowships will be in the amount of $2,000 to support a one-week research trip.
Applicants should send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 p.m. EST on January 16, 2017:
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the world’s first museum dedicated to the living heritage of rock and roll music, is currently seeking candidates for the position of Library Assistant. The Library Assistant reports to the Senior Director of Library & Archives and is responsible for the acquisition of library resources; handling the paperwork for library donations to the Library & Archives; managing the inventory and physical space for library collections; and assisting with public programming at the Library & Archives.
For consideration and to view the complete job posting, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary online at http://rockhall.com/careers/.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is an equal opportunity employer and a Drug Free Workplace.
From the moment rock and roll hit the airwaves, it has played a crucial role in politics and social movements around the world. Now, two iconic museums, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio and the Newseum in Washington, D.C. are partnering on a one-of-a-kind exhibit, Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics, to explore the power of rock to change attitudes about patriotism, peace, equality and freedom.
As part of Louder Than Words, the Library and Archives offers a spotlight exhibit on the Riot Grrrl movement, entitled Revolution...Grrrl Style. The exhibit discusses the foremothers and influences of Riot Grrrl, the movement's embrace of DIY punk culture, social activism and third wave feminism, and its influences on later artists. The exhibit includes handbills, stickers, photographs and other promotional materials for artists like Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, Cold Cold Hearts, Excuse 17, Huggy Bear, Kim Gordon, Joan Jett, Lydia Lunch, Exene Cervenka, the Slits, the Plasmatics, Sleater-Kinney, Pussy Riot, and much more!
Offered in conjunction with the exhibit are an exhibit guide, listening stations, displays of commercial publications and recordings, and an online research guide.
*Image (left) from the Kill Rock Stars Collection.
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