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  • http://www.vads.ac.uk/kultur2group/casestudies/index.html
  • http://www.vads.ac.uk/kultur2group/casestudies/index.html
  • http://www.vads.ac.uk/kultur2group/casestudies/index.html
  • It is very difficult to explain the process of creating an artwork.
  • 20110930 kultivate update_vads

    1. 1. JISC-funded Kultivate project meeting and workshop 30th September 201130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 1
    2. 2. • Housekeeping• Kultur II Group meeting and project updates• Sustainability workshop: – Inspiration – Community – Sustainability debate/discussion Description: St. Giles-in-the-Fields parish church and HEFCE/Centre Point fire/evacuation assembly point Available from: http://www.stgilesonline.org/30th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 2
    3. 3. Kultur II Group update • Name • Role • Institution • Repository development Amal Ghosh, 1993, Catching the Sun Collection/Rights: South Asian Diaspora Literature and Arts Archive Available from: http://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=4782130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 3
    4. 4. eNova update Marie-Therese Gramstadt eNova Project Manager JISC Kultivate Workshop 30th September 201130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 4
    5. 5. JISC Kultivate workshop 5
    6. 6. 30th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 6
    7. 7. 30th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 7
    8. 8. Kultivate update Marie-Therese Gramstadt Kultivate Project Manager JISC Kultivate Workshop 30th September 201130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 8
    9. 9. Kultivate progress • Environmental Assessment – Ariadne Issue 68 October 2011 • Fifth of six workshops, next and final one on linked data, Monday 12th December 2011, HEFCE, London • Kultivate blog • Forthcoming: reports, publicity Waymarker, 1999 Location: Wells, Somerset Collection/Rights: Public Monuments and Sculpture Association Available from: http://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=6805930th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 9
    10. 10. JISC Kultivate workshop 10
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    12. 12. Kultivate project conference, 15th July 2011, RIBA, London • „I am new to the field of creative arts/arts research/repositories and this conference was invaluable for me and provided an excellent overview of themes, topics, and challenges for this community.‟ • „...I feel I learned a lot of relevance to my entire Library service.‟ • „helped influence our advocacy campaign‟ • „Really interesting, informative and relevant speakers with plenty of opportunity to ask questions‟ • „...it would be useful to look at ways to apply Kultur principles to platforms other than eprints.‟ 30th September 2011 Kultivate Workshop 12
    13. 13. JISC Kultivate workshop 13
    14. 14. Technical enhancements – progress report• EPrints Services• EPrints 3.3• IRStats• Project containers• ARTSUK demonstrator• EPrints Bazaar Effigy conch shell (terracotta), 300-899, Mexico Rights: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA, Norwich, 2002. All Rights reserved Available from: http://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=67130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 14
    15. 15. KAPTUR project JISC Managing Research Data 1st October 2011 – 31st March 201330th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 15
    16. 16. “It is very difficult to explain the process of creating an artwork. The first thing that the artist has is an idea, a series of flashes that are imprinted on the soul and which gradually take root. While this intuition is developing, the artist tries to capture it on canvas together with his or her energy, passion, sensitivity, emotion, instinct, intellect and knowledge. Obviously, the result will be to want to achieve the representation of what is absent. The idea is represented intuitively, eternally, because it cannot be explained through reason. The viewer will perceive this idea through their own intuition: which will try to represent this idea with associations from their own experiences, according to their own perceptual intellectual capacity. All of this will awaken something sublime inside. If this is achieved, the work of art assumes the internal representation of each person in his or her own space and time, always keeping the work alive.” Adriana Zapisek, 08.09.2004 Translated from the original Spanish by Joanne HarwoodAdriana Zapisek, 1991, Gema X PiscisCollection/Rights: University of Essex Collection of Latin American ArtAvailable from: http://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=6520 16
    17. 17. KAPTUR – brief overview• Four partners: Glasgow School of Art, Goldsmiths, University for the Creative Arts, University of the Arts London• What is arts research data? (sketchbooks etc)• Data models + sustainability• Forthcoming: environmental The Bonnie and Clyde Style- the talk of 1968 analysis, workshops Rights: London College of Fashion/The Woolmark Company Available from: http://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=7765130th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 17
    18. 18. Marie-Therese Gramstadt Kultivate/eNova/KAPTUR Project Manager mtg@vads.ac.uk http://vads.ac.uk http://www.vads.ac.uk/kultur2group/projects/index.html30th September 2011 JISC Kultivate workshop 18