Many of us are missing our rare book community gatherings. Spurred by our inability to gather and learn in person, a number of individuals and institutions are finding creative ways to continue the discussion, even with collections locked away!

Find the latest virtual rare book discussions, presentations and webinars here. See something? Say something! Use the hashtage #VirtuallyRare on twitter to share your discoveries with the group!

By going #virtuallyrare we're no longer limited to the DMV! Our neighbors up north in NYC
are hosting what looks to be a fascinating look at the last millennium of music. AUG 12 @ 3pm, free to register!

#VirtuallyRare Event reminder!
BSA presents Black Bibliography: Dorothy Porter's "Early American Negro Writings" at 75
Thursday, Aug. 20, 3pm (EST)
Register here:

East Anglia's cultural institutions heroic effort to make their rare collections accessible during COVID-19 resulted in this fantastic online resource: Unlocking the Archive, Discover Historic Books -- check it out! #VirtuallyRare

Another great RB resource! The BSA's virtual events are free and open to all! Check them out live or recorded on their youtube channel. #VirtuallyRare

Check out Rare Book School's youtube channel for quality rare book content featuring free recorded lectures from Summer 2020! #VirtuallyRare

Though we've had to postpone a number of planned events this year, the WRBG is committed to helping keep the rare book community connected. We'll be using the hashtag #VirtuallyRare to highlight virtual happenings in the rare book world, and encourage everyone to join in!

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