Digitizing Artists' and Scholars' Archives: New Initiatives in Preservation, Dissemination, and Art History Research

Friday, December 13, 2013, 10 am - 1 pm
The Archives of American Art, New York Research Center, 300 Park Avenue South, Suite 300

Panelists: 
Kate Haw, Director, Archives of American Art: overview of recent AAA, D.C. symposium on American Art History and Digital Scholarship; ongoing and future AAA initiatives

Katy Rogers, Programs Director, Dedalus Foundation, and Manager, Donald Judd Foundation Catalogue Raisonné Project: Dedalus online archives and Donald Judd digital projects

Walter Schlect and Janet Burka, web-archiving interns, Frick Art Reference Library: web-archiving; preserving and documenting born-digital projects

Joy Goodwin, Archives Specialist, AAA New York Research Center: Tour of the NY Center; the design of the new space as it relates to AAA's institutional mission and programming

Shaina Larrivee, Project Manager, The Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné and Heidi B. Coleman, Archivist, The Noguchi Museum: enriching content and outreach by adding new digital assets to the online Noguchi CR

Emily Atwater, M-LEAD-TWO Project/Intern Coordinator, Brooklyn Museum Library: NYARC digital projects and outreach

Susan Shiroma, Senior Librarian, The Foundation Center: Fundraising strategies and resources for archival projects; particular focus on independent scholars