This presentation will highlight CollectionSpace's Public Art Profile, stewarded by WESTAF's Public Art Archive, to demonstrate how users can activate data for public engagement. Thinking beyond the collection management system as a static repository, Lori Goldstein, Manager of the Public Art Archive, will explore how the platform can be tapped to illuminate public art collections as dynamic engagement tools. This session is part of the Community Collections Spotlight Series.
Lori Goldstein, Manager of the Public Art Archive, WESTAF
Lori Goldstein is the manager of WESTAF’s Public Art Archive. Goldstein is responsible for long-term planning, product development, and overseeing the addition of public art collections to the Archive. Prior to joining WESTAF, she served as public art and program manager for the Arts Council of Lake Oswego, Oregon. Prior to working at the Arts Council, she served as a contractor for the Archive during its formative years. Goldstein has also served as the public art assistant at Braaksma Design, a public art studio with projects that have been commissioned across the country. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College in history and received a master’s degree in art history with an emphasis on public art from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Facilitator: Laurie Arp
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