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Tuesday, October 11 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Tu14: Art, Artists, and Digitization

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Presentation 1

Missouri Remembers: Documenting Visual Artists Through 1951
Amanda Harlan
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, United States of America

Missouri Remembers: Artists in Missouri through 1951 (missouriartists.org) is a collaborative initiative that rethinks the artist biographical dictionary for the digital age. This presentation will highlight successes and challenges in the development of this online resource and how they formed the foundation of the sustainability plan for the future. https://tinyurl.com/DLFForumPresentation

Presentation 2

On Born Digital Artwork, New Drawing Applications, and New Opportunities: The case for preserving time-lapse in Procreate and Clip Studio Paint
Maggie McCready
Library of Congress, United States of America

Based on interviews with 25 digital artists, this case study explores the role of social media and two niche drawing programs as essential tools for independent artists, examining their influence upon the form of artwork produced today, discussing the research value and preservation concerns of artist working files.

Presentation 3

How is Field Photography Different from Digitization?
Steven Tatum, Julia Spencer
Virginia Tech, United States of America

The University Libraries of Virginia Tech use its digitization lab to create high quality facsimiles of physical items. The libraries use simpler photography equipment for off-site projects that have different goals. This presentation examines key differences between digitization and photography and how they achieve their respective purposes.

Tuesday October 11, 2022 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
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