[MCN-L] ARCS Update Vol 2 Issue 14 #ARCSConf Travel Stipend Recipients & 2015 & 2013 #ARCSConf Materials Available to the Public

2017-11-20 Thread ARCS ARCS
**Travel Stipend Recipients**
ARCS offers travel stipends to persons who work with and support
collections in order to attend our biennial conference.  We are pleased to
announce the recipients of the #ARCSConf 2017 stipends, including the
inaugural student stipend award winners.  Recipients must write a review of
a session; watch ARCSInfo.org for links to their reviews.

International:
-Helen Merrett, Horniman Museum and Gardens, London UK
Old Loans: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
-Gina Irish, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Christchurch NZ
A Tale of Two Museums: Documenting "The Refusal of Time"
-Rebecca Romere, Marino Marini Foundation, Pistoia, Italy
Technology: 3-D Scanning on Loans for Your Incoming Exhibition Loans

Domestic:
-Cory Gooch, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Collection Priorities at Christchurch
Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu
-Barbara Campisi, Campisi Art Collections Management, Brooklyn NY
A Registrar, a Broker and an Underwriter Walk into a Bar...: Advanced
Topics in Insurance
-Caitlin R. Rumery, Denver Art Museum /Independent, Denver CO
Complicated Loan Negotiations: Informal Study of Various Industry
Requirements and Solutions
-Jobi Zink, The Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia
PA
Balancing Act: Providing Access While Preserving Historic Spaces and
Traditions
-Rebecca L. Dankert, McNany Art Museum, San Antonio TX
Lighten Up: Enhancing the Visitor Experience

Student:
-Vanessa Delnavaz, University of Kansas, Lawrence KS
Straight from the Source: Providing Collections Access for Object Based
Research
-Sterling Warren, Morgan State University, Baltimore MD
To Tweet or not to Tweet' and other Social Media from the Collections Point
of View

**2015 and 2013 Conference Materials Available to the Public**
Presentations and recordings from the 2015 ARCS conference in New Orleans
and the 2013 ARCS conference in Chicago are now available to everyone.
Access to presentations from the 2017 conference will be available soon to
ARCS members.
https://www.arcsinfo.org/programs/2013-chicago/presentations-handouts-reviews
https://www.arcsinfo.org/programs/2015-conference/presentations-and-audio-recordings

**Important Dates**
Dec. 5, 2017  #ARCSchat on Twitter. https://twitter.com/arcs4all
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[MCN-L] Panellists sought for DH2018 panel session

2017-11-20 Thread Mia R
Please excuse the forward but as you'll see below, the Digital Humanities 2018 
call closes soon!

Cheers, Mia

Sent from my handheld computing device


Sent from my handheld computing device

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Samantha Blickhan 
> Date: 20 November 2017 at 17:45:13 GMT
> To: crowdsourc...@jiscmail.ac.uk
> Reply-To: Crowd Sourcing Interest Group 
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> We're seeking to hear from respondents planning to attend, or who would be 
> able to attend if they were presenting at the Digital Humanities 2018 
> conference in Mexico City (https://dh2018.adho.org/en/) in June 2018.
> 
> We would like to represent a range of perspectives on fairness in non-profit 
> crowdsourcing, including volunteers, early career academics and project 
> assistants. If you are interested, please email mia.ri...@bl.uk with 200-300 
> words on your perspective and role(s) on crowdsourcing projects you're 
> connected with by Friday 24 November. As the ADHO conference is now using 
> double-blind peer review (https://dh2018.adho.org/en/cfp/), please minimise 
> information that would identify you or your project in this text. You can 
> include specific information about your experience or projects in a separate 
> paragraph.
> 
> All best,
> 
> Samantha Blickhan & Mia Ridge
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