Is Mad Men good for preservation?
Read the @Docomomo_US Story here.
John Green's tumblr: I Didn't Build That →
fishingboatproceeds: So I own or co-own a few businesses that have experienced varying degrees of success. I am in the educational video business, and the book-writing business, and the merchandise distribution business, and the conference running business, and the making YouTube videos with my brother…
This portrait of me "restored" by the Octogenarian...
It’s a lot better, don’t you think? Here’s some of her other work.
How Women Can Close the “Gender Gap” in Wikipedia...
Here’s a post by IMA summer intern, Anisha Gupta about Women, Wikipedia, and Tony Smith.
Which is worse tonight:
Gallery Girls or Preseason Monday Night Football?
Conserving Martin Itjen's Creations.
Check out this post by former IMA intern, Nicole Peters, about her work caring for Martin Itjen’s works in Skagway, Alaska.
We live in a world where every single one of the more than 500 television...– ArtsBeat: Project Enlists the Public to Document Outdoor Sculpture by Tony Smith (via absolumentmoderne)
sofielh: Digitising Contemporary Art Video of the reinstallation and digitisation of installation made by Greek artist Leda Papaconstantinou. The video is from one of the partners in the EU project “Digitising Contemporary Art”. With all those elements and materials, no wonder it’s such a challenge to digitise and share installation art.
US or Canada? Either way, get busy e-volunteering!
If you’re interested in e-volunteering for a museum, you now have your choice of a U.S. institution, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art or as of this week also at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Loved this episode, Colors, on RadioLab. It includes an appearance from folks at Kremer Pigments and Windsor & Newton. Not to mention, a lengthy choral description of the mantis shrimp and proof that Homer didn’t know what blue was.
Propane Tank and Blow Torch and Wax, Oh My! →
Help document all of the outdoor Tony Smith...
The International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art – North America has launched a project this summer to document all of the Tony Smith outdoor artworks around the world using Wikipedia and Flickr, two free web-based resources. This is part of INCCA-NA’s “Artist Research Project” for which Smith was chosen as the inaugural artist in part with recognition of his 100th birthday...