The Digital Cicognara Library
Cicognara Symposium in Rome, 5 October 2017
The Digital Cicognara Library: An Open-Access Collection of the Early Literature of Art
21 September 2017
Please join the partners and a panel of Cicognara scholars to discuss the project’s current status and its aspirations as a tool for discovery and research. 15:00-18:30 with reception following, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF ROME, AURIANA AUDITORIUM, Via Pietro Roselli 16, 00153 Roma RM
- Timothy Janz, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
- Adriano Aymonino, University of Buckingham
- Francesco Benelli, Università di Bologna
- Jeanne-Marie Musto, City University of New York
- Silvia Vantaggiato, Università del Salento
- Esmé Cowles, Princeton University
- Sandra Ludig Brooke, Princeton University
Cicognara at ARLIS/NA
8 February 2017
Sandra Brooke (Princeton) and Roger Lawson (National Gallery of Art) will host a project update and open partners meeting at ARLIS/NA's 45th Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisana.
Cicognara at DLF
1 November 2016
Princeton's Sandra Brooke (Marquand Librarian) and Jon Stroop (Library Applications Development Manager) will be discussing the Digital Cicognara Library on November 7, 2016, in a IIIF-focused session at the Digital Library Federation Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. "Uncommon Objects of Delight: Recreating Count Leopoldo Cicognara's Library" will address the DCL’s academic goals and technical implementation and show how the project is leveraging Blacklight and the International Interoperability Framework technologies.
Cicognara at IFLA
16 August 2016
Worth a Thousand Words: A Global Perspective on Image Description, Discovery, and Access, a full day symposium at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, Ohio, August 15, 2016, was the setting for a Cicognara talk by Kathleen Salomon (Assistant Director, Getty Research Institute) and Sandra Brooke (Marquand Librarian, Princeton). "These Silent Witnesses of My Affections: A Collaborative Recreation of Count Leopoldo Cicognara’s Library" described the projects scope and aims and set it within the context of the Future of Art Bibliography and Getty Portal initiatives.