SOLD OUT: METRO & ARLIS Present: RDA and Art Research Materials

Speaker Penny Baker and Anne Champagne
Penny Baker is the Collections Management Librarian at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library. Prior to coming to the Clark in 1997, she held the position of Archivist at the Philadelphia architectural firm of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates and the position of Librarian at the Wagner Free ...

Penny Baker is the Collections Management Librarian at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library. Prior to coming to the Clark in 1997, she held the position of Archivist at the Philadelphia architectural firm of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates and the position of Librarian at the Wagner Free Institute of Science. In addition, she has acted as consultant for the Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown Archives and the Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania.

Anne Champagne is the Head of Technical Services at the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries, Art Institute of Chicago.

Full Description

Registration for this program has reached full capacity. Please contact Laura Forshay at lforshay@metro.org to be placed on our waiting list. You will be notified if any space becomes available.

This workshop will focus on providing description and access to art research materials--formats will include monographs (auction catalogs, exhibition catalogs, and artists' books), archival materials (including artists' files), and graphic materials. The workshop will include two 3-hour sessions: one on resource description and entity relationships, and an afternoon work session where participants are encouraged to discuss the materials covered in the morning session as well as address specific cataloging decision/workflow issues connected with the implementation of RDA.

The workshop will address only issues specific to art cataloging and will not provide general instruction for using RDA.

Topics to be covered include:
- How to determine the access point formerly known as main entry;

- How to describe multiple physical characteristics using the new MARC fields implemented for RDA;

- What are relationship designators and when to use them;

- What's new and different in the authority file -- headings for exhibitions, works of art, personal and corporate names

Who should attend:
This session is designed for art catalogers and is intended to supplement previous RDA classroom training. Participants should have a solid understanding of FRBR principles, as well as general knowledge of RDA.

Objectives:
To make participants sufficiently familiar with the issues and instructions relating to art research materials that they will feel comfortable with cataloging to the new standard.


Questions about registration or cancellation?  Visit METRO’s Registration Info page for policies and procedures. 

Organizer This event is co-sponsored by METRO & Art Libraries Society of North America

When?

Mon, Dec. 9, 2013
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. US/Eastern

How Much?

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Where?

METRO Training Center (4th floor)
57 E. 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
United States