Online Exhibition Catalogues, Brochures, Gallery Guides and Related Materials
Published by Non-Profit Institutions for Free Viewing
In April 2013, Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) began writing to staff of non-profit organizations which have published online texts by named authors for free viewing. The model form letter is:
Letters sent and dates:
American Folk Art Museum 4/15: Tanya Heinrich, Director of Publications and Richard Ho, Manager of Information Technologies
Art Institute of Chicago 4/15: Elizabeth Neely, Director of Digital Information and Access, Amy Parkolap, project coordinator of the Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative
Berkeley Art Museum 4/15: Aimee Chang, Director of Engagement and Orlando Antonio Sanchez, Information Systems Manager
Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery 4/17: Larry Griffis, Director. 4/22: Mr. Griffis replied and offered to inform TFAO of further references
Bodleian Libraries, Universsity of Oxford 4/18: general inquiry
Brandywine River Museum 4/17: Thomas Padon, Director
British Museum Fiona Sheales, R. B. Parkinson, Thomas Kiely, Curator - Cyprus Digitisation Project, Cyprus Collection-Neolithic and Bronze Age to Roman and Kate Hilsen, British Museum Press
Charles Darwin University Art Collection and Art Gallery 4/18: Anita Angel, Curator
Cooper-Hewitt Museum 4/18: Nate Wilcox, Director of Operations and Jennifer Northrop, Director of Communications & Marketing
CUNY Graduate Center 4/19: Kevin D. Murphy, Executive Officer, Graduate Center, Art History and Katherine Manthorne, Ph.D.
Dallas Museum of Art 4/19: Jessica Heimberg, Senior Web Developer; 4/29: Hillary Bober, Digital Archivist; reply 5/6 from Jacqueline Allen, The Mildred R. and Frederick M. Mayer Director of Libraries and Imaging Services, who will circulate the survey among colleagues. On 5/30 Hillary Bober suggested selected older catalogues from Art Institute of Chicago linked to their exhibition history.
Detroit Institute of Arts 4/19: Maria Ketcham, Head Librarian and Pam Marcil, Public Relations Director
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution's Museums of Asian Art 5/2: Allison Peck, Public Affairs Director; Ann C. Gunter, Art History Department at Northwestern University
Guggenheim Museum 5/2: Elizabeth Levy, Managing Director, Publishing and Digital Media and Francine Snyder, Director of Library and Archives
Hudson River Museum 5/2: Bartholomew Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs. He suggested that TFAO contact Staten Island Museum, which subsequently received information on the survey
Indiana University Art Museum 5/2: Adelheid Gealt, Director
Jewish Museum 5/3: Alex Wittenberg, Communications Coordinator
Knoxville Museum of Art 5/3: David L. Butler, Executive Director and Stephen Wicks, Barbara W. and Bernard E. Bernstein Curator. 6/4: Stephen Wicks responded with a suggestion to review the website of the East Tennessee Historical Society, which operates the Museum of East Tennessee History.
Louisiana State Museum 5/3: Tony Lewis, PhD., Curator of Visual Arts
Metropolitan Museum of Art 5/6: For MetPublications - Gwen Roginsky, Associate Publisher and General Manager and Teresa Lai, Manager of Online Publications
Michener Art Museum 5/6: Joseph P. Eckhardt, Professor of History, Montgomery County Community College and Ilene Dube, James A. Michener Art Museum; reply 5/6 from Dr. Eckhardt who will contact TFAO if other online material found
Mobile Museum of Art 5/6: Paul W. Richelson, Ph.D., Chief Curator and Donan Klooz, Curator of Exhibitions
Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, Oregon 5/6: Namita Gupta Wiggers, Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Craft and Isaac Watson, former Web and Print Project Coordinator, Pacific Northwest College of Art
National Gallery of Art 6/7: Alan Newman, Chief, Digital Imaging & Visual Services at National Gallery of Art
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum 6/7: Michael Gauer, Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs/Curator of Art, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Phillips Collection Dorothy Kosinski, Director, The Phillips Collection
Portal to Texas History 4/19: Hannah Tarver, Supervisor, Digital Projects, Digital Projects Lab, The Portal to Texas History. 4/26: TFAO wishes to extend appreciation to Rebecca Barham, Art, Dance and Theatre Librarian, University of North Texas and Hannah Tarver, Department Head, University of North Texas Libraries Digital Projects Unit for recommending content for this survey
Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts 6/7: Tamara H. Schenkenberg, Assistant Curator for Special Projects; Katie Hasler, Curatorial and Programs Coordinator
Seattle Art Museum 6/26: Elissa Walstead, Digital Media Manager
Smart Museum of Art 6/26: Stephanie Smith, Deputy Director and Chief Curator
Smithsonian American Art Museum 6/26: Georgina Goodlander, Web and Social Media Content Manager
Spencer Museum of Art
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
Toledo Museum of Art
UCLA University Research Library
University of Virginia Art Museum
University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Walker Art Center
Letter also sent 2/28 to Mr. Nik Honeysett, Head of Administration, J. Paul Getty Museum
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