Curate and Storyspace: An Ontology and Web-Based Environment for Describing Curatorial Narratives

@inproceedings{Mulholland2012CurateAS,
  title={Curate and Storyspace: An Ontology and Web-Based Environment for Describing Curatorial Narratives},
  author={Paul Mulholland and Annika Wolff and Trevor D. Collins},
  booktitle={ESWC},
  year={2012}
}
Existing metadata schemes and content management systems used by museums focus on describing the heritage objects that the museum holds in its collection. These are used to manage and describe individual heritage objects according to properties such as artist, date and preservation requirements. Curatorial narratives, such as physical or online exhibitions tell a story that spans across heritage objects and have a meaning that does not necessarily reside in the individual heritage objects… CONTINUE READING
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