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  • 1. ARTstor visit to Denver James Shulman, PresidentEl Greco, View and Map of Toledo, c. 1610
  • 2. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus UCSD Slide library
  • 3. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 4. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 5. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 6. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 7. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 8. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus SCALA Archives
  • 9. ARTstor Digital Library Now• 1.4+ million images; 1 million in production• 200+ collections• Arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences• Museums, photo archives, libraries, artists, artists’ estates, scholars, photographers• Interdisciplinary content and global coverage from pre-history to present Louise Bourgeois, Eyes, 1982, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • 10. ARTstor Quick search for ‘jade’
  • 11. Google Images search for ‘jade’
  • 12. The Barnes Foundation – 437 images live, 1,500 more to come
  • 13. The Metropolitan Museum of Art& Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection
  • 14. Larry Qualls: New York Gallery Exhibition ArchivesMuseum of Modern Art: Exhibition Installations Archives
  • 15. African and African-American studies Christopher Roy and Herbert Cole: African field photographyWiniama mask performance (masks greet guests in the village), 2006. Ouri, Burkina Faso.Photographed by Christopher Roy. Senufo, Pelerova Masker, 1979. Tiasso, Côte dIvoire. Photographed by Herbert Cole.
  • 16. Magnum Photos – 80,000 photos of world events, people, places (LEFT) Paolo Pellegrin: Muammar Qaddafi in his residential compound, Tripoli, Libya, 2002. (ABOVE) Philippe Halsman: Audrey HEPBURN posing for a LIFE Magazine cover, 1955.
  • 17. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
  • 18. Rhizome at the New Museum – contemporary new media art
  • 19. Renaissance Society: University of Chicago
  • 20. Yale University Art Gallery
  • 21. Mott-Warsh CollectionModern and ContemporaryAfrican-American Art
  • 22. Colby College Museum of Art
  • 23. Mark Rothko
  • 24. Museum of the City of New YorkPhotographs by Berenice Abbott & Jacob Riis
  • 25. Carnegie Survey of Architecture of the South, Library of Congress
  • 26. ART on FILE: Contemporary art and architecture from Shanghai and World Expo
  • 27. ART on FILE: Contemporary art and architecture from the United Arab Emirates
  • 28. Via Lucis: Romanesque Art and Architecture
  • 29. Lukas – Art in Flanders5,000 images from Flemish museums and cultural institutions
  • 30. Réunion des Musées Nationaux (RMN)Over 4,000 images from French state museums
  • 31. World Monuments Fund2,000 images of cultural heritagesites around the world
  • 32. Contemporary artists and photographers Elizabeth Peyton Magnum Photos
  • 33. Scholar photo archivesJonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair – Islamic art and architecture Johanna Mellink – Ancient Near East
  • 34. Ferguson-Royce: Pre-Columbian Photography (University of Texas at Austin)& American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS)
  • 35. Ezra Stoller Archive (Esto)Louis Isidore Kahn , Kimbell Art Museum (exterior, covered walkway ), 1966-1972.3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX . Ezra Stoller © Esto
  • 36. QTVR Panoramas of World Architecture (Columbia University)Pantheon (interior view), 118-126 CE. Rome, Italy.Photographed by: Andrew Tallon.
  • 37. ART on FILEFoster and Partners, British Museum Great Court (aerial view of courtyard Park by Foreign Office Architecture; photovoltaic array by Martinez Lapenawith stairway on the left), 2000. Great Russell Street, WC1, London, and Torres Arquitectos, Auditoria Park and Photovoltaic Plant, 2004.United Kingdom. Photographed by ART on FILE. Avinguda Diagonal 1 08019, Barcelona, Spain. Photographed by ART on FILE.
  • 38. Wayne Andrews Archive (Esto)Eero Saarinen, Dulles International Airport (exterior, north side), 1958-1963. Chantilly, VA. © Wayne Andrews/Esto
  • 39. Canyonlights World Art Image Bank - Archaeological and architectural sites in the United States and Europe (4,500 images)Quarai, Mission of La Purisima Concepcion de Curac (exterior view,facade and west side), c. 1628. Salinas National Monument, NewMexico . Photographed by Susan Silberberg-Peirce.
  • 40. American Council for Southern Asian Art (ACSAA) University of Michigan - Architecture from South and Southeast Asia (5,600 images)Pallava Dynasty, Dravidian, Kailasanatha Temple, c. 725. TamilNadu, Chengalpattu M.G.R. District, Kancheepuram, India. © AsianArt Archives, University of Michigan
  • 41. American Institute of Indian Studies – Indian art and architecture (60,000 images)Svapnesvara or Kanakesvara Temple, Southeast shrine (view from Stupa 1, Northern gateway, South side, east pillar, detail of roll ends,northeast), c. 676-699 CE. Kualo, Dhenkanal, Orissa, India. Image c. 99-1 BCE. Sanchi, Raisen, Madhya Pradesh, India.provided by the American Institute of Indian Studies. Image provided by the American Institute of Indian Studies.
  • 42. Images for Academic Publishing(IAP)Live• The Metropolitan Museum of Art• Mellink Archive, Bryn MawrForthcoming• Metropolitan Museum of Art:Brooklyn Costume Collection• Indianapolis Museum of Art• Princeton University Museum of Art• Yale University Art Gallery• Yale Center for British Art• Dallas Museum of Art• Getty Research Institute
  • 43. Associated images – What are instructors teaching? Associated Images
  • 44. Discover related images
  • 45. Batch download to PowerPoint Up to 100 images at a time
  • 46. ARTstor Mobile iPhone, iTouch and iPadNew features forthcoming:Expert taggingImage group annotation
  • 47. Filter Your Search by Classification, Geography, and Date
  • 48. ARTstor serves 1,400+ subscribing educational institutions and museums in 42 countries
  • 49. Shared ShelfImage managementsoftware
  • 50. Shared Shelf Development PartnersLead partnersPartners
  • 51. Current systems/tools used for cataloging digital collections 7% Results gathered from existing and prospective hosted partners’ survey January 2008.Page 53
  • 52. Shared Shelf makes it practical for institutions to combine images created by individuals, those held bythe institution, and those in ARTstor Digital Library without the need for local onsite infrastructure.
  • 53. Your Content and Shared Shelf Infrastructure Shared Shelf Commons Mixing local & ARTstor content Cataloging environment Shared vocabularies Cloud Computing Institutional repository (API) Asset API management Web exhibitions (future) Google Images
  • 54. Control how broadly to share your content Public Shared Shelf Commons 1,400+ institutions subscribing to ARTstor worldwide Contributed collectionYour institution & designated others Shared hosted collections Your institution Hosted collectionRestricted Access Shared Access Open Access
  • 55. Metadata schemas and cataloging screens are completely customizable. Full size, zoomable images available during cataloging. Drawupon integrated Getty vocabularies or add your own vocabulary values and share with the community. Download the full size sourceimage at any time.
  • 56. Shared Shelf supports diverse collections. Sample projects: Astronomy, Darwin Core, Dublin Core, Public Relations, andVisual Resources. Users see only the projects to which they’ve been granted access.
  • 57. Publish images from Shared Shelf to ARTstor Workspace. Search local content along with 1.4 million ARTstor Digital Library images usingARTstor’s feature-rich software.
  • 58. 2009 2010 2011 2012 February 2009 Project KickoffSummer/Fall 2009 Requirements gathering with development partners Spring 2010 JULY: Version 0.1 (limited beta release) Fall / Winter FEB: Version 0.2 (limited beta release) Spring APRIL: Version 0.3 (limited beta release) 2011 Summer/Fall NOV: Version 0.4 (general release) 2011 2012 - Work record support - OAI harvesting - Administrative tools - Multi-media (audio, video, pdf)
  • 59. The Shared Shelf User Community is growing: 50 institutionsDevelopment Partners (9) Columbus College of Art & Design Skidmore CollegeHarvard University Connecticut College Swarthmore CollegeYale University DePauw University Trinity CollegeColby College Drexel University Union CollegeCornell University George Mason University University of CalgaryMiddlebury College Haverford College University of California, San DiegoNew York University Ithaca College University of DelawareSociety of Architectural Historians Kansas City Art Institute University of MarylandUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Lafayette College University of Massachusetts, BostonUniversity of Miami Laguna College of Art and Design University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Lawrence University University of OttawaSubscribers (40) Lewis and Clark College University of RichmondBinghamton University McGill University University of the ArtsBryn Mawr College Minneapolis College of Art & Design University of VirginiaCalifornia College of the Arts Montserrat College of Art Wellesley CollegeCalifornia Institute of the Arts Occidental College Wright State UniversityCollege of the Holy Cross Oregon College of Art & CraftColumbia University Pratt Institute
  • 60. Manage Diverse CollectionsTypes of collections• Departmental teaching collections• Library special collections• Faculty collections• Campus museum collectionsSubject Areas• Visual Arts• Performing Arts• Humanities• Social Sciences• Natural Sciences• Campus events, buildings, staff, institutional history