Preserving Digital Art: A Case Study

A session at MCN 2012

  • Anne Collins Goodyear
  • Jeffrey Martin

Friday 9th November, 2012

1:30pm to 3:00pm (PST)

Sponsered by the **International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art -- North America** (), this panel discussion will bring together an artist with a curator, a conservataor, and a technology expert to discuss various aspects of creating, displaying, storing, and preserving digital artworks within the context of museum data storage systems.

The technical aspects of storing digital artworks are complicated and often daunting for museum professionals. These issues are only now being discussed widely within the context of art conservation.

INCCA-NA’s panel discussion will provide a multi-faceted approach in an effot to explore the complexities of preserving digital art while also addressesing the larger issues of storing digital media. This panel is part of the INCCA-NA's series of "".

About the speakers

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Anne Collins Goodyear
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Penelope Umbrico
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Richard McCoy

Art conservator @imamuseum, writer for @art21, educator, researcher, guy who loves his family. bio from Twitter

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Koven J. Smith

Consultant at http://kineticmuseums.com. Former Denver Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art. Founder of #drinkingaboutmuseums. bio from Twitter

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Jeffrey Martin

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MCN 2012

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