Join us for Exploring the Public Art Archive: Part II on Thursday, Nov. 7, 1 PM EST.

As a follow-up to the first webinar in the series, a second presentation will highlight the publicly searchable Public Art Archive, an online and mobile database of public art. The Public Art Archive aggregates data throughout the world for the purpose of making public art information, locations, and images searchable on the Archive’s website. The Public Art Archive seeks to provide a sustainable engagement platform for artists, public art collections, the educators, and the general public. This webinar is part of the “Community Collections Spotlight” series.

There is no cost to attend, but you MUST register for this event.

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The public art field now has access to a collection management system built specifically for the management of public art collections. The system accommodates the public art workflow from commissioning through conservation and is designed to reduce staff time while increasing the flow of information to administrators, artists, and the public. 

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Agua Corriente by Ramona Sakiestewa. 2007. City of Tempe Public Art Collection. Photo courtesy City of Tempe.

Migrate

Manage your public art collection with our affordable web-based system. Our team can help you migrate your existing information onto your own collection management system. We provide training and support for each staff member that uses your collection management system.

Capture

Capture the complete public art workflow from commissioning through conservation with this public art-specific system. Manage your existing and new projects by actively managing all the processes you perform to preserve and exhibit your collection. Access your system from the field, and bring on additional collaborators from your administration console.

Publish

Publish information about your collection and direct residents and visitors to explore on desktops and mobile devices.  Looking for ways to further promote your collection? Check out our products and services to page to see our additional suite of technology-driven tools for engaging your audiences.