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As a part of next week's Getty Voices, Anne Helmreich will lead this Google+ Hangout on Air about digital publishing. Join in as experts from IMA Lab, Art Institute of Chicago and the J. Paul Getty Museum talk about the future of museum catalogs! 
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Anne Helmreich, Sr. Program Officer at the Getty Foundation, speaks with several Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative partners about the highly collaborative nature of digital publishing, and, in particular, the role of technology in the design and execution of online collection catalogues for museums in this Google+ Hangout on Air.

Moderator: Anne Helmreich
Participants: Nik Honeysett (Head of Administration, J. Paul Getty Museum); Kyle Jaebker (Director, IMA Lab); and Liz Neely (Director, Digital Information and Access, Art Institute of Chicago).

Check back on the event page at 10:30 AM (PST) on Thursday, July 11 to see the live hangout. 
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For those who were following along, the speakers have answered the many fantastic questions that came in during the talk:

http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/digital-success-interactive-reading-and-other-open-questions-about-osci-and-digital-publishing/
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Our first go at a Google+ Hangout on air. Topic? Art History in the Digital Age. Enjoy!

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March 4, 4:00 p.m. (Pacific Time), 7:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)

Is art history dead? As a field, is art history embracing, or resisting, technology that could move it forward? How can web and digital technologies solve art historical problems and lead to new discoveries? And are models of publishing evolving to support emerging art historians who prefer to collaborate and publish online, rather than in print?

Join art historians Murtha Baca (Getty Research Institute) and Anne Helmreich (Getty Foundation), and digital humanities technologist Susan Edwards (Getty Trust), for a lively 15-minute discussion about the challenges and opportunities in 21st-century art history, and to debate where we go from here.
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Hopefully this was a valuable piece of what is definitely a larger discussion! Murtha will be our Getty Voice this week on Facebook (/TheGetty) and Twitter (@thegetty). She's also written a piece for the Getty Iris if you're interested! http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/getty-voices-rethinking-art-history/ 
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"Gardens play an important role in Christian art. The first paradise was a garden—the Garden of Eden, a place of unlimited abundance that Adam and Eve lost through sin. In the Renaissance, artists often painted Eden as a verdant orchard protected by high walls." -Bryan Keene

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We're hoping the "Getty Voices" project will help us have a collective conversation about art and culture that will make the Getty more accessible. Join us! http://bit.ly/Yz54cD
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The Getty was in a video call with 2 people. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Kyle Jaebker and Liz Neely
OSCI and Digital Publishing: The Technology Perspective
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+Sarah Wambold Another good question that came up towards the end of our conversation-- we are thinking about traditional measures like scholarly citations, peer reviews, as well as analytics that tell you how long a visitor remained on the site, what pages were visited, origin of the IP address, etc.  
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Hanbok, traditional clothing in Korea, has been worn throughout its 2,000 year history. Today, hanbok is mostly worn at wedding ceremonies. http://bit.ly/14pThUd
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Thanks for tuning in, Jennifer. So glad it was useful!
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I think the study of born-digital art can be different from digital humanities, although there can be overlap. Digital humanities is, in a way, a methodology--a way of approaching the material at hand by using digital tools and computing power to evaluate large sets of data. But I have seen artists who use these same tools to create artworks! And therein lies a v. interesting connection...
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Gardens and erotica were often synonymous during the Renaissance. A bit more about the birds and the bees here : http://on.fb.me/13ol5aw
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“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.” —Cicero

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