ArtMARC Sourcebook: Cataloging Art, Architecture, and Their Visual Images

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American Library Association, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 287 pages
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The ArtMARC Sourcebook brings together leading expert catalogers who developed a variety of cataloging projects for a number of different institutions including libraries, art galleries, museums, and others. Cataloging information is provided on a wide variety of art materials such as ancient artifacts, architectural drawings, and sculpture. By describing the experiences of key institutions in cataloging art and other objects, the ArtMARC Sourcebook will be a tremendous aid for libraries, museums, and archival organizations in modifying and standardizing MARC to meet the challenge of organizing different materials for access.
 

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During the more than 20 years the MARC format has been in use, it has been adapted to fit individual types of bibliographic formats and to integrate these into a unified system. Although this system ... Read full review

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Page viii - Library, the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress).
Page 267 - Toni Petersen and Pat Molholt, eds., Beyond the Book: Extending MARC for Subject Access (Boston: Hall, 1990); Kevin Roddy, "Subject Access to Visual Resources: What the 90s Might Portend" Library Hi Tech, Issue 33, 9:1(1991) p. 45-49; Sara Shatford, "Analyzing the Subject of a Picture: A Theoretical Approach" Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 6(Spring 1986) p.

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