Back to basics: Bringing your collection online securely and cost-effectively in 2021
Bringing your collection online: a hot topic since the physical closures of 2020, but for some, more successful in theory than in practice. Many still seem to be lost as to how they could implement real solutions at a low overhead cost and without technical training. What do you really need to know to digitise your collection? And how do you make sure you're doing it correctly?
Here we talk to two digital partners who offer low-cost, easy solutions to elevate one's digital presence whether you are an artist, museum or collector.
In this webinar we discussed:
- Partnering with outsourced companies to lessen costs
- The importance of in-house training with outsourced expertise
- Utilising tools to bring your art collection online
- How digitisation doesn't need to be a mammoth project
- Creating your own unique personality online without large investments in branding and technology
Elysian Koglmeier, Head of Growth, Artwork Archive
Elysian has always been passionate about the creative process and the importance of empowering artists and cultural institutions. She has pursued this passion both in the public and private sector. She started her career in museums (Middlebury College Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), ran New England Foundation for the Arts' public art program, served as curator for Brown University and RISD, and contributed to publications such as Art New England, Art Business News, and Public Art Review. She received her BA in History from Middlebury College and her MA in Public Humanities from Brown University.
* *Vastari members will get 20% off their first year at Artwork Archive by signing up for a free trial here**
Joris Demnard, Founder, CEO, Ikonospace
Joris Demnard is a digital architect and solution provider of 3D, XR, and web solutions for the art and cultural sector. With more than six years of experience in the sector, his company Ikonospace develops high-end solutions to speed up the process of digitising and sharing our digital heritage online.
Learn more about Ikonospace here.