IFLA Satellite Conference, Art Libraries Section – Rijksmuseum

17 aug - 19 aug 2023
Van 9:00 - 19:00uur

In 2022 the focus of the IFLA and ADGC conferences was today’s challenges of art libraries (Dublin) with conversations on the Future of Art Bibliography offspring projects (FAB) such as the Getty Research Portal, the Collaborative ART Archive (CARTA), the International Consortium of Photo Archieves (PHAROS), the Art Discovery Group Catalogue (ADGC), the Cicognara Digital Library but also the Openbibart.frArt Research Collective Collection project (OpArt) and the Collections as Data initiatives. Reports on many of these projects have been presented at the Münich ADGC conference in 2022.

The purpose of the IFLA 2023 satellite conference is to move beyond the individual projects to the wider spectrum of collaboration and innovation. We would like to bring together information specialists, librarians, data managers & -engineers, publishers, students and scholars in the fields of art and architecture, visual culture and cultural heritage to have conversations about the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead.

Participating Partners

The art library visits are organised together with the Art Libraries Society/Netherlands (OKBN*ARLIS/NL) and the Art Libraries Society/Flanders (OKBV*ARLIS/Flanders).

Information about the library visits can be found here.

Visit to the Rijksmuseum

Visit to the Rijksmuseum is included.

International Planning Committee

  • Rana A. Abdulrahman; IFLA SAL / Qatar National Library
  • Ken Soehner; Metropolitan Museum
  • Elsa Loftis; IFLA SAL / Portland State University Library
  • Saskia Scheltjens; Rijksmuseum
  • Geert Jan Koot; Rijksmuseum
  • Alex Alsemgeest; Rijksmuseum
  • Kathleen Salomon; IFLA SAL / Getty Research Institute
  • Jan Simane; IFLA SAL / Kunsthistorisches Institut (Max-Planck-Institut)
  • Susan Parker Leavy; IFLA SAL / Museum of Islamic Art
  • Jérôme Bessiere; IFLA SAL / Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA)
  • Anna Rademakers; ARLIS*NL / KB Nationale Bibliotheek

Local Organizing Committee

  • Saskia Scheltjens; Rijksmuseum
  • Geert Jan Koot; Rijksmuseum
  • Alex Alsemgeest; Rijksmuseum
  • Mercia Kerkhof; Rijksmuseum
  • Sandra Pastoor; Rijksmuseum

Important Dates

  • 6 August – Registration closes (EXTENDED)
  • 7 August – Deadline for bio’s (speakers)
  • 9 August – Deadline for submitting questionnaire via Microsoft FORMS
  • 9 August – Deadline for submitting presentations (speakers)
  • 17 August – Satellite Congress Day 1
  • 18 August – Satellite Congress Day 2
  • 19 August – Satellite Congress Day 3 (Library Visits)

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