Creating a Publicly Available Image Collection for The South Side Community Art Center’s Art Collection: Case Study at the University of Chicago
A two-year project to make the collection of the South Side Community Art Center more widely available resulted in the creation of a devoted, publicly available collection hosted by the University of Chicago Visual Resources Center in their LUNA database. Collaborators included a former Art History faculty member, interns, and the board of the South Side Community Art Center.
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