Planning a Juried Art Exhibit in an Academic Library and Providing Digital Ac-cess in an Institutional Repository

Amber Sherman, Elaine Watson, Gwyn Hervochon

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This article details one academic library’s experience organizing a juried art exhibit, open to the cam-pus and local community, and making digital images of the artwork available in the university’s insti-tutional repository. The article also outlines considerations when creating a digital representation of the art exhibit in the institutional repository.

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academic libraries, community, institutional repositories, juried art exhibits, metadata

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