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9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ART LIBRARIES

(CANCELLED)

Although, no one can predict how the Covid 19 pandemic will develop in the next months and whether travelling will be possible without any restriction in the second half of the year we do not lose our optimism and are going ahead with planning the 9th International Conference of Art Libraries in Munich at the beginning of November. Of course, this announcement is necessarily made with reservations. However, in the hope that restrictions may ease and travel is once again allowed, we will maintain a timeline for preparing the conference properly. This is the fact, first and foremost, for the call for papers we would like to put on the agenda of the conference. All necessary information can be found at the conference website.

In view of the uncertain development of the corona crisis we will send on September 1st, 2020

a definite announcement whether the conference can be held or not. However, for the submission of proposals for presentations the deadline is June 14th, 2020.

 

 

8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF ART LIBRARIES

4TH AND 5TH OCTOBER, 2018

RIJKSMUSEUM, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

 

Papers and presentations

  • KOOT, Geert-Jan – Art Discovery Group Catalogue: progress report: 2016-2018.

Download (PDF, 3.27MB)

 

  • AROYO, Lora – Data Science for Smart Culture.

Download (PDF, 3.66MB)

 

  • SULS, Dieter – We’re over the Digital Revolution. Welcome to the Library Experience. The story of MOMU’S Study Collection.

Download (PDF, 3.66MB)

 

  • ROBICHAUD, Viveca – Bringing the Library into the Field: Methods for Incorporating Traditional Library Resources into On-Site Research.

Download (PDF, 2.40MB)

 

  • KEMPE, Deborah – Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives.

Download (PDF, 0.5MB)

 

  • EMURA, Tomoko – The Contribution of The Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Art Bibliography in Japan for OCLC Central Index.

Download (PDF, 4.53MB)

 

  • KAWAGUCHI, Masako – Current Status and Future Prospects of The Art Library Consortium (ALC) of Japan.

Download (PDF, 3.23MB)

 

  • HOYER, Rudiger – Beyond the reading room.

Download (PDF, 0.5MB)

 

  • FERRARI, Roberto and WACKER, Melanie – From Curatorial Files to Linked Open Data: Cataloging the Art Collection at Columbia University.

Download (PDF, 3.13MB)

 

  • PREGILL, Lily – Sharing LOUDly – Linked Open Usable Data at the J. Paul Getty Trust.

Download (PDF, 1.13MB)

 

  • LILLE, Jonathan – THE MoMA and MoMA PS1 Exhebition Histories and the Possibilities of Multi-institution Linked Datasets.

Download (PDF, 1.89MB)

 

  • WOOD RUBY, Louisa – PHAROS: The International Consortium of Photo Archives.

Download (PDF, 2.77MB)

 

  • LIND, Aimee and FLEMING, Robyn – Models for Cross-Border Resource
    Sharing Among Art Libraries
    .

Download (PDF, 4.88MB)

 

  • MASSIE, Dennis and LIND, Aimee – Resource Sharing of Art Materials: Theory and Practice.

Download (PDF, 1.29MB)

 

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