From colleagues at the Visual Resources Association—
Early Bird Registration for VRA LA 2019, March 26-29, is now open and will run through February 15, 2019. The annual Visual Resources Association conference provides the opportunity for colleagues from diverse workplaces, including higher education, the corporate sector, and museums to engage and collaborate in the areas of digital asset management, intellectual property rights, digital humanities, metadata standards, coding, imaging best practices, and more.
This year’s program includes workshops on fair use, visual literacy, linked open data, embedded metadata, GIS, Python coding, and public speaking, as well as sessions delving into topics such as copyright and archival film footage and the history, digitization, and presentation of the Ed Ruscha collection at the Getty Research Institute. During registration, you will have the opportunity to sign up for behind-the-scenes tours at the Japanese American National Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), and the Huntington Library, Art Collection, and Botanical Gardens.
Register early as workshops and tours are filling up fast!
Visual Resources Curator
Williams College Art Department
Public Relations and Communications Officer
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