There are several situations when displaying collection objects on a map is useful. It may be to show where specimens were collected (such as the Queensland Museum’s collection in Atlas of Living Australia) or it could be that location is a central feature of the artwork, such as Public Art.
Using Articheck condition report tool with Vernon CMS
Articheck is a digital condition report tool specially designed for collectors such as galleries and museums. Articheck can be used on mobile, tablet, and desktop devices. Vernon CMS can export object records in a format for import into Articheck, streamlining your condition reporting workflow.
“It’s all about the people”
The Cambridge Museum is a small museum located in the heart of the Waikato region in New Zealand. It has a rich collection with strong ties to the local community.
Karen Payne, Museum Administrator at Cambridge Museum has offered some insight into how Vernon CMS has been invaluable at helping them maintain the connection with their community.
Auckland Art Gallery’s use of the Activities module Outward Loan file
The Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki uses the Outward Loan file from the Activities module, together with Procedural Control, to help manage their busy outward loans program. This ensures that all loan requests are well documented, and processed in a consistent, streamlined fashion.
Using Topic in the Activities module in Auckland Museum’s Pou Maumahara Gallery
Topic records can go through draft, approval and publication stages, with carefully authored text and subject referencing being retained as an archive for future publication. Auckland Museum has employed the use of the Topic file to collate stories around medal groups, using the system to pull together object data, Cenotaph biographies, photos and narratives.