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more welcoming to more people

 A database can support and promote many narratives



 We're trying to make it more welcoming to more people. Jordan states that the group is doing a lot of work in the area of racial equity.



 We're reaching out to communities and artists. We now Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link accept video statements of interest for projects that are new to us.



 These video statements and other unconventional provenance documents can be downloaded and stored in the Artwork Archive.



 publicly. Audio and video hyperlinks can  Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Linkbe added to the Public Profile, helping to highlight the work of artists from every background.



 4Culture is collaborating with a consortium of state-wide organizations in order to develop an "Fair Trades" resource listing as well as a training program. Their goal is to help find and



 Facilitate mentorship, professional  Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link growth and work-related opportunities to diverse technical specialists in the field of art, especially making sure there is sufficient room.



 designed specifically for women as well as BIPOC companies and companies and. "We are working with the same people repeatedly. The field is white male dominated." The four



 -4Culture and the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, SoundTransit’s StArt Program, ArtsWA, and SoundTransit's Office of Arts and Culture are all partners who want to be a part of the solution.



 that.



 4Culture is able to track contact information and demographics while they plot art handlers.



 Artwork Archive has information for these  Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link artists professionals within its CRM system that is fully integrated as well as its "contact relation management" system. They also can develop



 Contact Groups to keep track of the professional art groups.



 Artwork Archive allows you to reinvent your collection and keep it alive.


 4Culture is also working on a reframing project; they are focusing on the way that artworks are interpreted in specific locations.



 This project focuses mostly in places  Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link where artworks do not rotate; meaning artworks that are considered part of particular sub-collections that are specific to the site. To preserve the



 The works and the interpretations they offer are fresh, 4Culture is focusing on the stories of each artist, and the unique cultures they come from. This is why 4Culture has developed the following:



 4Culture is currently rewriting all the artwork labels. We also found wall label generators that were a time saver.



 As Jordan states, "the artwork cannot rotate out of the buildings in these cases however its position in the space and its interpretation can be revisited,



 This gives us the opportunity to make new  Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link connections. We hope that the people will be able to better understand and connect to the experiences of the artists who created these artworks.



 too. This kind of work helps to keep the collection alive."





 Artwork Archive is a database that grows with the institution you work for.


 According to Guy, Artwork Archive's Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link Sheen Link  embed on their website was among the primary reasons why they chose Artwork Archive to manage their collection. The collection is being built out



 The ongoing effort of Artwork Archive to create an art gallery section for public on their website has been in progress. Artwork Archive will be able to connect their inventory of collections once they are complete.



 The site is simple and intuitive. It also allows users to share art and artist statements as well as projects' places. The expansion of their digital



 Their presence will be beneficial to the local community as well as all of its members.

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