With generous support from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the Digital Library Federation has offered a number of 2018-2019 DLF memberships to institutions engaged with the arts.
The Expanded Cohort
In late summer 2018, DLF held an open call and accepted applications from a number of institutions who will join our Museums Cohort—a group of cultural and arts organizations who are working with other DLF members, across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, to build skills, share ideas, strengthen digital engagement and collections, and advance technological initiatives in service of their common mission. All members, with 2018 additions in italics:
- Philadelphia Museum of Art
- New York Art Resources (NYARC) Consortium
- The Brooklyn Museum
- The Frick Collection
- MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art
- Smithsonian Institution Libraries
- Getty Research Institute
- The Alliance of HBCU Museums and Galleries
- The Andy Warhol Museum
- Art Institute of Chicago
- Cleveland Museum of Art
- The Corning Museum of Glass
- The Huntington Library, Art Collection, and Botanical Gardens
- Maryland Institute College of Art
- The Menil Collection
- Museum of Impact
- National Gallery of Art
- New Museum
- The Obama Foundation
- Peabody Essex Museum Phillips Library
- Seattle Art Museum Libraries
- as well as campus museums at our 170+ other member institutions!
What is the DLF?
DLF members and work to advance research, learning, social justice, and the public good through the creative design and wise application of digital library technologies. For more info, see this page!
Museums receive a special rate on annual membership, and receive all of the associated benefits, including one complimentary DLF Forum registration, access to and support of DLF awards, and more. If your institution is interested, get in touch!
Get involved in 2019!
The #DLFMuseums Cohort, just like our working groups, is open to all.
Get to know others working on digital preservation, collections and museum libraries management, rights management, teaching, user engagement and more—across the cultural heritage sector!
Anyone with museum interests or who engages in public or academic museum-based projects are invited participate in meetings and activities.
- Ready to jump in? Check out the latest mailing to catch up on our two 2018 meetings (where we collaborated on a working list of topics to tackle together) and plans for 2019.
- Starting in January, the Museums Cohort will meet the 4th Wednesday of every month at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern! The first meeting will be on January 23rd via DLF’s Zoom video conference line at the following link: https://clirdlf.zoom.us/j/746888080. See you there!
Elsewhere, DLF’s working groups tackle specific topics related to digital libraries, museums, and archives. Visit the links below to find out more about meetings and projects:
- Working Group on Labor in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums
- Metadata Support Group
- Assessment Interest Group’s (AIG) Cultural Assessment Working Group
- Project Managers Group
- and more!