In congruence with the ongoing efforts of MoMA to make its exhibition history available online, the work completed through my MoMA Linked Open Data Fellowship built upon work of previous fellows to model art exhibition event concepts through Wikidata, an open knowledge base, enabling a further reach and connectivity of the institution’s archive and collection data.
This poster looks at how COVID-19 has affected the Museum of Modern Art Library’s policies in its recently reopened Reading Room during the time of my Fellowship. With…
I will be presenting on my past year as a Pratt Fellow in the library at the Met, and will be covering my shared project on digitization and the Met’s Paper Legacy project, as well as my personal project conducting collections assessment with Sierra and analyzing data in Excel.
As a Pratt Fellow at the Watson Library I my projects included cataloging donations and sending and receiving bookbindery orders. I also developed an acquisition list of works by women Mexican artists active in the early-mid 20th century. I then ordered and cataloged these books for the Watson Library.
This poster will outline a QA documentation workflow developed through the Frick Art Reference Library web archiving fellowship. This outline will emphasize strategies and software for staying organized, developing priorities, and writing legible documentation for the benefit of yourself and others working with the archive now and in the future.
This project is the culmination of our time working as UX Design Fellows – developing from our time spent researching what UX best practices look like in museum settings and work on storytelling through interactivity. The finished product is a gamified experience designed to make museum exhibits accessible to younger audiences.