Posts Tagged: Metropolitan Museum of Art

It’s About Time! Session 5

VoCA, NYU, TBM, It's About Time

This week’s contributing blogger, Dylan Lorenz, is a recent graduate from the NYU MIAP (Moving Image Archiving and Preservation) program. He has interned at the AFS Archives, NYU Fales Library, Cineric, Inc., as well as with the Simon Preston Gallery. His graduate thesis focused on creating a conservation plan for Amie Siegel’s 2015 multi-component, time-based media installation, Double Negative…. Read more »

The Life-Cycle of a Software-Based Work of Art

This week, we have two contributing authors: Mia Matthias and Michelle Liu. Mia Matthias is a Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art and the Studio Museum in Harlem. A graduate of New York University with a degree in Anthropology and Linguistics, and a minor in Web Programming and Applications, Mia focuses on the… Read more »

IIC Point of the Matter Dialogue: “Viral Images”

VoCA Viral Images

This week we are pleased to introduce two new contributing writers: Amber Kerr and Rebecca Rushfield. Amber Kerr is paintings conservator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Lunder Conservation Center. She has served as an elected member to the IIC Council for over seven years, is editor for the IIC social media pages, and is actively… Read more »

The Conserving Outdoor Painted Sculpture Meeting, 2013

This week’s contributing blogger, Briana Feston, was most recently a Samuel H. Kress fellow at Sèvres-Cité de la céramique in France, and is currently the Graduate Intern in Decorative Arts and Sculpture Conservation at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She is a member of the publications committee for AIG’s Electronic Media Group.    It is difficult… Read more »