Blog2019-06-11T14:30:18-04:00

The Frick Collection

Preparing for Implementing Conservation Software The Frick Collection, located in New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood, is one of the most well-known museums in the world, with a collection specializing in Old Master paintings and European sculpture and decorative arts predominantly dating from the 14th to 18th century. Henry Clay Frick, who built the Frick mansion as his home, [...]

Collective Conversations with Andrea Čakars

Registrar, The Barnes Foundation Deeply interested in art and helping A. C. Barnes Company’s employees learn more about art, Albert Coombs Barnes held seminars on workdays to discuss and examine original works of art. He went on to create the Barnes Foundation with his wife, Laura Legget Barnes, in 1922. Founded as an educational institution dedicated to engaging its visitors [...]

Collective Conversations with Hamutal Gabayev

Registrar and TMS Administrator, Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem is a unique museum of ancient civilizations, presenting the history of the lands and civilizations mentioned in the Bible in relation to the development of the biblical narrative throughout the generations. The goal of the Museum is to connect each individual with his or her own heritage [...]

Manage Your Online Collections Better Than Ever with the New eMuseum

We’re pleased to announce that the latest release of eMuseum is now available to current and new users. The new eMuseum is designed to upgrade your online collection with ease. For both new and experienced users, the eMuseum platform is built to give your team and audience everything they need in a simple and easy-to-use package. The best part? The [...]

Growing the Online Collection: Using FlexFields and Alerts for Workflow, Prioritization, and Resource Allocation

The Saint Louis Art Museum is home to an encyclopedic collection of over 34,000 works of art, with seven curatorial departments, a robust team of registrars, and a newly-formed digital assets department. In 2017, with a digital strategy in place and a new website in development, SLAM began a new process to provide more object records online while maintaining careful [...]

Collective Conversations with Allison Nicks

Registrar, Delaware Art Museum Founded in 1912, the Delaware Art Museum has a mission to connect people to art offering an inclusive and essential community resource through its collections, exhibitions, and programs. The Museum is known for its large collection of British Pre-Raphaelite art, works by Wilmington-native Howard Pyle and fellow American illustrators, and urban landscapes by John Sloan and [...]