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The Outcome of the ArtFrame Project, a Domain-Specific BIBFRAME Exploration

Billey, Amber M.; L’Ecuyer-Coelho, Marie-Chantal; Kovari, Jason; Wacker, Melanie

The presentation consists of three parts. Jason Kovari’s presentation examines the larger context of the various domain-specific explorations of BIBFRAME extension development, with particular focus on the overlap between art works and rare materials held in libraries. Melanie Wacker and Amber Billey then discuss the specifics of the ARTFRAME project including its initial goals, timeline, community outreach, outcome, as well as tools used and lessons learned throughout the project. Finally, Marie-Chantal L’Ecuyer-Coelho explores the contributions of ARLIS/NA's CAC as a community partner to the ARTFRAME project, highlighting its role in the process of delineating the requirements of art descriptive metadata, and developing an ontology extension suited to the specific characteristics of art objects.

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February 26, 2018
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