The American Art Collaborative convened its project partners, advisors, consultants, and J. Paul Getty Trust staff at the offices of USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI) in Marina Del Rey, CA from October 3-5, 2016. This meeting was the second multi-day in-person meeting of all the partners in the collaborative.
In order to provide inspiration, education, and insights for the partners, Monday afternoon and some of Tuesday morning was dedicated to presentations on other projects and uses of Linked Open Data. There are links below to selected presentations:
- Rob Sanderson, The Provenance of Madame Bonnier: Museum Linked Data
- David Newbury, Carnegie Museum of Art: Multiple applications
- Mark Derthick, Bungee View Tag Wall, exploration using the Smithsonian American Art Museum collection
- Sara Snyder, Linked Open Data at SAAM: Past, Present, Future
- Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
- Matthew Lincoln, The Joys and Pains of Using Linked Open Data for Research