Was great seeing you this last week. Would have loved to made the event.
Trying to pitch IIIF at LACMA but need some ammo.
Would love to hear any feedback/discussion related to this trend if you
T: 323 857 6090
On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 4:06 PM, Layna White <lwh...@sfmoma.org> wrote:
> - a reminder about this upcoming Northern California event -
> IIIF Bay Area museum meet-up
> Tuesday July 18
> 1:00 – 5:00 pm @ SFMOMA
> IIIF (the International Image Interoperability Framework) has been gaining
> increased adoption by libraries and museums worldwide, and is creating new
> possibilities for presenting and interacting with digital images on the web.
> Where do Bay Area museums and libraries stand with this emerging trend?
> SFMOMA and Stanford University Library invite you to join us for informal
> presentations + discussions about the relevancy and possibilities of IIIF
> in our community.
> agenda sketched:
> -introduction to IIIF and to Mirador (a IIIF viewer) from Stanford
> University Library
> -IIIF at the Internet Archive and California Digital Library
> -discuss IIIF for exhibitions and education
> -getting up and running with IIIF
> -Bay Area collaborations
> Interested? If you haven't already .... drop a line to
> collecti...@sfmoma.org to let us know you’re coming, and we’ll send you
> event details.
> Layna White
> Head of Collections Information and Access
> San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
> Don't miss Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed, June 24 - Oct 9
> Tickets available at SFMOMA.org
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