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Author: dthomp11

Deidre A. Thompson, MLIS student.

Event Review: Standardizing Museum Provenance for the Twenty-First Century

[youtube–o?ecver=1] “Standardizing Museum Provenance for the Twenty-First Century” was a lecture that took place at the Yale Center for British Art on February 27th in New Haven, Connecticut. The lecture was centered on the Carnegie Museum of Art’s (CMOA) NEA-funded Art Tracks project. Art Tracks is a digital provenance project that “turn[s] provenance in to structured data by building…

Publishing Art History Digitally: The Present and the Future

In October, the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University brought together art historians, non-profit professionals and art publishers for a symposium not only on the new phenomena of publishing traditional art historical scholarship online, but on how it relates to publishing digital humanities in art history online. Organized by the online art journal, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide and funded…