Libraries, Archives and Museums in Dialogue - Art Libraries Section in collaboration with the Subject Analysis and Access Section

When

28 August 2019

Where

Athens, Greece

Description

The Subject Analysis and Access Section together with the Art Libraries Section presented Open Session 206 Libraries, Archives and Museums in Dialogue: Improving Access to Complementary Collections, held on 28 August, 8:30-10:30 am. The goal of the open session was to demonstrate how libraries can improve subject access to collections and how new tools and technologies, linked metadata, and shared authority data enable librarians to support interlinking objects between different collections. Andreas Oskar Kempf, SAA, and Lucile Trunel, chair of the Arts Libraries Section, co-chaired the session, which over 120 delegates attended. The co-chairs kept the session on time with some time at the end for a few questions.

1. Not just art : the challenges and successes of integrating archival, library and image collections into an art focussed collection management system / Claire Eggleston, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Paper in English
Translation: Español

2. Leveraging wikidata for descriptive cultural heritage metadata / Regine Heberlein, Princeton University Library, United States
Paper in English

3. Archives, museums and libraries: breaking the metadata silos /Richard Gartner, Warburg Institute, London, United Kingdom; Raphaele Mouren, Warburg Institute, London, United Kingdom
Paper in English
Translation: Español

4. Bringing Library and Museum Resources Together: How Can Artificial Intelligence Help (based on the Ivan Tsvetaev’s Book Collection Project)? / Ekaterina Igoshina, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russian Federation ; Juliya Dubrovskaya, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts Research Library, Moscow, Russian Federation
Paper in English
Translation: Español

5. Taking on the content discovery challenge: The NLB Case Study / Patrick Cher, National Library Board of Singapore, Singapore
Paper in English

6. Digital Library of the Artistic Production of ECA/USP /Francisco Carlos Paletta, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil ; Marina M. Macambyra, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil ; Sarah Lorenzon Ferreira, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil ; Vânia Mara Alves Lima, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Paper in English

7. Metadata Obscura: Refocusing digital collections through the lens of art history / Alia Levar Wegner, Miami University, Oxford, United States ; Stefanie Hilles, Miami University, Oxford, United States
Paper in English
Translation: Español

Conference

Last update: 26 August 2020