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& Reproductions: The Handbook for Cultural
the first comprehensive resource to focus solely on the rights and reproductions
guidelines, established standards and emerging best practices at cultural
institutions. This publication was co-published in 2015 by the Indianapolis
Museum of Art and American Alliance of Museums. With intellectual property laws
and rights and reproductions methodologies ever-changing with new technologies,
this digital publication, produced using the Online Scholarly Catalogue
Initiative (OSCI) Toolkit platform, will be a living document that can be
updated to remain current with trends and best practices.
by Anne M. Young
contributions by Megan P. Bryant, Cherie C. Chen, Kenneth D. Crews, John
ffrench, Walter G. Lehmann, Naomi Leibowitz, Melissa Levine, Sofía Galarza Liu,
Michelle Gallagher Roberts, Nancy Sims, Deborah Wythe and Anne M.
by the Indianapolis Museum of Art and American Alliance of
project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and
Library Services. The project utilizes the OSCI Toolkit, which is supported by
the Getty Foundation as a part of its Online Scholarly Catalogue
available in ePUB and pdf format.