You can coordinate loans and donations, produce educational materials, share your archive with researchers
Posted January 1,2022 in Lugares y Regiones.
The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens brought their exhibitions online with their entire team at home.
Tthey even managed an online fundraiser (the Winter Park Paint Out) too. Check out their current exhibition here, which is embedded onto their website from their Artwork Archive account.
Share information often
With your art collection online, you make it very easy to share and send information.
You can coordinate loans and donations, produce educational materials, share your archive with researchers, and continue to prove your value and impact to stakeholders and decision makers,
There are many forms to share this information with online art collection management systems including: inventory lists, portfolio pages, maintenance reports, wall and address labels, sales and expense reports, QR code labels and exhibition reports.
Your audience is most likely “remote” as well. Alisha Kerlin, Executive Director of the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art shares that she can send current exhibition press requests in one click.
People from outside of Las Vegas also inquire about the collection and she can easily share information right from her Artwork Archive account.
Alisha was able to coordinate a loan to both the local performing arts center and Congresswoman Susie Lee’s Washington DC office while she was home.