Building upon this notion, Kent State's Performing Arts Library created user-centered events that augment classroom activities: specifically, performance, scholarship, and production.
What does PAL stand for?
PAL stands for Performing Arts Library (various locations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of PAL
We have 573 other meanings of PAL in our Acronym Attic
- Passive Activity Loss
- Pathology Associates of Lexington, PA (West Columbia, SC)
- Peace and Love
- Peace at Last
- Peer ALliance (Toronto, Canada Chinese youth volunteer organisation)
- Penetration Aid Launcher
- Peninsula Athletic League (San Francisco Bay Area)
- People at Leisure (social group)
- Perceptive Assistant That Learns (DARPA)
- Performance Analysis of Logs (software)
- Permanent Artificial Lighting
- Permissible Alcohol Limit
- Permissive Action Link
- Personal Access Link (online banking)
- Personal Assistant for Leisure Activities (Canada; disabled person recreation access)
- Personal Audio Link (software)
- Personnel Airlock
- Personnel Allowance List
- Perspectives in American Literature (various schools)
- Pharmaceutical Affairs Law (medical manufacturing; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2007, the Brooklyn Public Library reneged on a plan to build a Visual and Performing Arts Library and in April, the beleaguered real estate market put the planned Brooklyn Arts Tower, a residential and cultural center, on hold.
For further information about the collection please contact John Wagstaff, head of the Music and Performing Arts Library at wagstaff@illinois.
Now Norten has won his most prestigious commission yet, the Brooklyn Public Library's Visual and Performing Arts Library in New York.
The grant will fund scholarships to attend library schools for up to two years and provide a paid internship for up to four semesters in a music or performing arts library.
He was behind the design of the performing arts library in Brooklyn and the lofty hotel at Park Avenue and 125th Street, which were never built due to financing.
The Performing Arts Library will draw together the music, theater, and dance collections and services in an expansion and reorganization of the existing Music Library.