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Poster Session

The 2020 Virtual Poster Session on Tuesday, July 21 featured nine authors presenting their research. Click on the title to read the corresponding abstracts before downloading.

Time-Based Media and Digital Art Website Redesign

By
Crystal Sanchez

The Smithsonian Time-Based Media and Digital Art Working Group (TBMA) developed a public website in 2013 to document the Working Group’s history and projects and to share unit case studies. Five years after the site was developed, the SI TBMA website has become a valuable resource for SI staff as well as the entire media art stewardship community. It is often referenced as a leading resource in time-based media art collections care.

In the last year, the TBMA Working Group members revisited site goals and began to pursue a redesign for the site that is more outward looking with its goal of sharing resources developed across SI over the past 5 years in a more comprehensive and clearer way. This poster will introduce the new site as a resource for media art conservation.

This website was developed with SI TBMA members in partnership with the Office of the Chief Information Officer and the Smithsonian National Collections Program. The new redesigned website is expected to be published in May 2020. si.edu/tbma


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