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  • Art, emotion and cognition

    1. 1. 8/29/2013 1 Art, Emotion and Cognition, UMKC Instructor Cristina Albu August 28, 2013 Presented by Amelia Nelson, Public Services Librarian The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Spencer Art Reference Library
    2. 2. Research Strategy General Resources Books Articles and More What else is out there? 8/29/2013 2
    3. 3. Resources - Context  Context  Surveys  Oxford Art Online  Met’s Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History  Guides to techniques and materials 8/29/2013 3
    4. 4. Resources - Context 8/29/2013 4 •Biography •Group Exhibitions •Solo Exhibitions •Museum & Gallery Holdings •Auction Records •Bibliography
    5. 5. Books  Surveys  Exhibition Catalogs  Artist Monographs  Specific exhibition  Series of work  Overview  Highlights  Retrospectives  Catalogues R s  Comprehensive 8/29/2013 5 Date Publisher Author Museum
    6. 6. Searching - LibraryOneSearch - Books & More 6
    7. 7. Searching - Refine My Results 8/29/2013 7
    8. 8. Searching - Using Refine My Results 8/29/2013 8
    9. 9. Journals  Subscriptions to over 600 print magazines and journals  Access to thousands more through subscription databases  Jstor  ART bibliographies Modern (1960 – present)  Art Abstracts (1984 – present)  Art Index (1929 – 1984)  Articlefirst (1960 – present)  BHA (Bibliography of the History of Art)  International Bibliography of Art  Art Price Databases (Auction Sales) 9 Criticism Exhibition Reviews Interviews Current projects and work New scholarship Focused research
    10. 10. Expanding your Searching – LibraryOneSearch Spencer Collection Articles 8/29/2013 10
    11. 11. Art and Art History Databases 8/29/2013 11 Spencer Art Reference Only Auction / Art Price databases International Bibliography of Art (2007 – present) CAMIO Spencer Art Reference & UMKC ArchivesGrid ARTbibliographies Modern (1960 – present) Art Abstracts (1984 – present) Art Index (1929 – 1984) Articlefirst (1960 – present) BHA (1975 – 2007) CAMIO Jstor (1665 – present) Oxford Art Online WorldCat UMKC Only Academic Search Complete Art Full Text (1984 present) Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals (1934 – present) FRANCIS (1984 – present) Many multi-disciplinary Many science databases Project Muse
    12. 12. Science Databases - UMKC  Science Direct  JSTOR  Project Muse  American Periodicals Series (Collection 1)  Academic Search Complete  Business Source Premier  Consumer Health Complete  Environment Complete  Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition  MAS Ultra – School Edition  MasterFILE Premiers  Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection  Science Reference Center 8/29/2013 12
    13. 13. Citation Article 8/29/2013 13 Beveridge, Patrick. 2000. "Color Perception and the Art of James Turrell". Leonardo. 33, no. 4: 305- 313. Print Online
    14. 14. Citation Article Online 8/29/2013 14 Beveridge, Patrick. 2000. "Color Perception and the Art of James Turrell". Leonardo. 33, no. 4: 305- 313. UMKC electronic article access
    15. 15. Full Text Articles 8/29/2013 15
    16. 16. Citation Article Print 8/29/2013 16 Spencer or UMKC Library Catalog – see what the holdings are UMKC – expand your search to MERLIN, then MOBIUS UMKC – ILL
    17. 17. Expanding your Search - LibraryOneSearch Databases 8/29/2013 17
    18. 18. Citations – Where would you start?  D. Freedberg and V. Gallese, “Motion, Emotion and Empathy in Artist Experience,” Trends in Cognitive Science (2007): 197-203. 8/29/2013 18
    19. 19. Images  Camio High quality images from museum collections around the world  Internet Archive  Google Image  YouTube  Flicker  Vimeo 8/29/2013 19 Aten Reign, June 21–September 25, 2013 Guggenheim rotunda
    20. 20. Expanding your Search 8/29/2013 20 •Museum and Gallery Collections •Inventories •Archives •Correspondences •Diaries •Memoirs •Gallery information •Artist Files
    21. 21. Expanding your Search  Europeana: European Cultural Content http://www.europeana.eu/p ortal/  Digital Public Library of America http://dp.la/  Internet Archive http://archive.org/ 21
    22. 22. Expanding your Search 8/29/2013 22
    23. 23. Expanding your Search 8/29/2013 23
    24. 24. ArchiveGrid 8/29/2013 24
    25. 25. Evaluating Sources on the Web  Accuracy  Currency  Authority  Objectivity  Audience  User interface 8/29/2013 Artists websites Artist statements Exhibitions Bibliography Contact information
    26. 26. Evaluation of web sources 26 The Iraq War: Wikipedia Historiography, 2004-2009 Documents the 12,000 changes made to the Wikipedia article on the Iraq War Booktwo.org, On Wikipedia, Cultural Patrimony, and Historiography James Bridle September 6, 2010 http://booktwo.org/notebook/ wikipedia-historiography/
    27. 27. Wikipedia 8/29/2013 27
    28. 28. Evaluating Primary Sources on the Web 8/29/2013 28
    29. 29. Other Tools 8/29/2013 29
    30. 30. Citation Timesavers 8/29/2013 30
    31. 31. How to Research an Art Object in the Nelson-Atkins Collection 1 • Visit the artwork in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Look at the label copy, and note the title, artist, artist period and accession number. 2 • Search the collections online from the museum's website, http://www.nelson-atkins.org/collections located under the Heading Art | Collections. This valuable resource may include label copy, size, medium, museum location and other information 3 • Search the library's collection of books, auction catalogs and more in the online catalog http://libraryonesearch.nelson-atkins.org 4 • After you've searched the collection database, museum publications and the online catalog, the next step is to search the library's databases at http://libraryonesearch.nelson-atkins.org The databases include a comprehensive art encyclopedia, article citations, full-text articles, auction sales results and are available from the library's public computers. 5 • Library staff is happy to help you further research. Please contact the reference staff at the Spencer Art Reference Library at 816.751.1216 or via the Museum's website at: http://www.nelson- atkins.org/education/Library.cfm
    32. 32. 8/29/2013 32 Need more? Spencer Art Reference Library Contact: Reference Desk, 816.751.1216 Marilyn Carbonell, Head, Library Services Amelia Nelson, Librarian, Public Services Tracey Boswell, Catalog/Reference Librarian Roberta Wagener, Assistant, Public Services Follow us on Facebook at Spencer Art Reference Library
    33. 33. To the Library Reading Room to get started 8/29/2013 33

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