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The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Using Collections Management Software to Produce an Ambitious Catalogue Raisonné. The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation, in Berkeley, California, is working on a project jointly sponsored by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, to compile a catalogue raisonné of the paintings and works on paper by American artist Richard Diebenkorn. Among the most well-known painters in [...]

The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation2019-06-13T16:50:54-04:00

Williams College Museum of Art

Integrating and Promoting Fine Art and Archives through Technology The Prendergast Digitization Project Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA), in Williamstown, Massachusetts, is widely considered to be one of the finest college art museums in the United States. It houses over 14,000 works that span the history of art, and is home to the world’s [...]

Williams College Museum of Art2019-06-13T16:53:17-04:00

Indian Arts Research Center

Large-Scale Collection, Small-Scale Team: Effectively Maintaining Community-based Cultural Collections The Indian Arts Research Center (IARC), a division of the School for Advanced Research (SAR) located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, implemented TMS from Gallery Systems to efficiently manage their extensive collection of Southwestern Native Art. Although not a traditional exhibiting museum, the IARC houses a [...]

Indian Arts Research Center2019-06-13T16:56:19-04:00

Southwark Culture & Heritage Services

Local government museum expands access to their collections through online sharing With increased government requirements to provide broader access to collection information, cultural institutions in the United Kingdom are rethinking their strategy on community outreach. One way in which institutions are meeting these requirements is by publishing collection information on their website. In recent years, [...]

Southwark Culture & Heritage Services2019-06-13T17:03:28-04:00

Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums

Local Government Museum Expands Access to Their Collections Through Online Sharing With increased government requirements to provide broader access to collection information, cultural institutions in the United Kingdom are rethinking their strategy on community outreach. One way in which institutions are meeting these requirements is by publishing collection information on their website. In recent years, [...]

Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums2019-06-13T17:05:39-04:00

Australian National Maritime Museum

eMuseum Helps Australian Communities Develop Their National Maritime Heritage As a national collecting institution, The Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) promotes a broad interpretation of maritime heritage and culture through innovation, creativity and collaboration. ANMM, in association with the Sydney Heritage Fleet (SHF), wanted to provide online access to in-depth information on surviving vessels of [...]

Australian National Maritime Museum2019-06-13T17:07:13-04:00