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Collaborative ART Archive (CARTA)

Archive-It Partner Since: Nov, 2021

Organization Type: Museums & Art Libraries

Organization URL: https://archive-it.org/blog/learn-more/art-libraries/   

Description:

The Internet Archive and the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) have embarked on a collaborative project aimed at capturing and preserving at-risk web-based art materials. The project, formerly called the Consortial Action to Preserve Born-Digital Web-Based Art History & Culture and renamed as Collaborative ART Archive (CARTA), created a collaborative entity of art libraries building collections of archived web-based content related to art history and contemporary art practice. Through this collaborative approach, the project leverages shared infrastructure, expertise and collecting activities amongst participating organizations, scaling the extent of web-published, born-digital materials preserved and accessible for art scholarship and research. The goals are to promote streamlined access to art reference and research resources, enable new types of scholarly use for art-related materials, and ensure that the art historical record of the 21st century is readily accessible far into the future.

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Art Criticism

Archived since: Nov, 2021

Description:

Web-based content and blogs providing critical discussion and evaluation of works of art.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Art Fairs and Events

Archived since: Nov, 2021

Description:

International fairs and events specializing in the exhibition and sale of art.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Arts Education

Archived since: Nov, 2021

Description:

Web-based educational materials and programs for artists.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Auction Houses

Archived since: Nov, 2021

Description:

Auction houses and catalogs that specialize in arts.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

Materials Based Art

Archived since: Nov, 2021

Description:

Websites focused on materials-based art and crafts, including materials such as glass, metal, clay, fiber, and wood.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities

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