Danielle

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About Danielle Uchitelle

Danielle has worked for over 25 years in academic and non-profit administration and has over 15 years of museum experience, including 7 years at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. At Gallery Systems, in her role as Chief Operating Officer, Danielle is responsible for managing client support, training, documentation, and custom services. In addition to her professional background in museum administration, Danielle holds an MBA degree from New York University and an MLIS degree from Columbia University,

Gallery Systems Announces the New Release of eMuseum, API Services

Gallery Systems is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of eMuseum, our digital publishing software. eMuseum integrates with The Museum System (TMS), the world’s leading collections management system, to bring dynamic collections content and media to client websites, intranets, and kiosks. The latest product update includes numerous new features. “We are excited to [...]

Gallery Systems Announces the New Release of eMuseum, API Services 2018-06-04T06:43:47+00:00

Bridging the Object / Component Divide

It’s one of those requests that sounds so easy, and so reasonable: My insurance policy states that the objects I store in any one location cannot exceed X value I want to find out the total value of all objects currently undergoing treatment in our conservation lab I’m planning a traveling exhibition and my insurance [...]

Bridging the Object / Component Divide 2017-06-28T16:23:33+00:00

I’m Busy and I Can Prove It: CMS Data Mining to Track Staff Activity

I know I’m busy, but does everyone else at my museum know it? Sometimes it can be useful to have quantifiable data that confirms empirically what you already know to be the case: that you’re working with superhuman energy on many projects simultaneously and your efforts are helping the museum stay afloat. It can also [...]

I’m Busy and I Can Prove It: CMS Data Mining to Track Staff Activity 2018-05-08T13:18:34+00:00

Both Sides Now; On The Pleasures And Perils Of Cataloging Two-Sided Art

There are two sides to every argument, but are there two sides to every artwork? Actually, there are. We usually fall into the habit of thinking about art objects as being neatly divisible into three-dimensional (sculpture, baskets, armor, etc.) and two-dimensional (paintings, prints, photographs, etc.). But the truth is that no tangible thing is [...]

Both Sides Now; On The Pleasures And Perils Of Cataloging Two-Sided Art 2018-07-18T07:54:25+00:00