The Bulletin of Japan Art Documentation Society No. 23 (Mar. 2016)
Proposal and Subject for Editing of "Research Profile" of Photographic Archive Using Digital Book Format.
‒ The Case Study of the Iwakura Family Photograph ‒ TOGIYA Norio - No.23, p. 3-17. 2016.
RESUME: Various organizations have been creating photographic archives, but photographs innately have little written information, and that creates various problems such as difficulty of identifying subjects of the photographs, and the preservation conditions of photographs varies widely between material groups. Considering from these perspectives, when analyzing history, folklores, folkways, societies and such, it is ideal to have the background, original order, sorting method and its process, informatization method, its process and basis as‘profiles’, and refer them in the process of analyzing. This study proposed a method of storing information necessary for analyses in ‘research profiles’ by using the digital book format.
Utilization of Resources Information about Local History in Museum Materials
OSAKA Yukiko - No.23, p. 18-32. 2016.
RESUME: The museums have their own cultural and intellectual resource and a huge amount of information. Past studies have mainly examined how to organize documentation of those materials. In recent years, it is critical to enhance collaboration between museums and regions. In order to improve their activity, it is important that how historical materials in museum can be used is discussed. In this paper I would like to examine in which ways we can use information about local history held in museums for collaborating with regions.
Advancement of Art Resources in a Global Context
Papers from a Symposium held during the 26th Annual Conference of JADS at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, on June 6, 2015 - No.23, p. 33-34. 2016.
RESUME: The following papers are from a Symposium held during the 26th Annual Conference of Japan Art Documentation Society（JADS）at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, on June 6, 2015. Speakers were: KAWAGUCHI Masako, Head, Research Library, The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo; Jasper J.J. ANDRIESSEN, Former Librarian of the Netherlands Institute for Art History; TANAKA Atsushi, Deputy Director General, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo; SARAI Mai, Senior Researcher, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo; MABUCHI Akiko, President, Independent Administrative Institution national Museum of Art / Director-General, The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo（keynote speech）
A Report on the Information Activities at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo KAWAGUCHI Masako - No.23, p. 35-43. 2016.
From Private Bequest to Digital Cultural Heritage: A Report on Recent Developments at the RKD - Netherlands Institute for Art History（Transcription version） Jasper J.J. Andriessen - No.23, p. 44-49. 2016.
Establishment of Professional Archives on Cultural Properties: Efforts of National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo TANAKA Atsushi, SARAI Mai - No.23, p. 50-56. 2016.
National Museum of Art and a Vision for the Future of Art Information MABUCHI Akiko - No.23, p. 57-64. 2016.
List of Articles on Art Documentation in Japan 2015 Comp. by JADS Clearinghouse (ADACHI Shou, KAMURA Tetsuro, TAKAHASHI Haruko, HIRAI Noriko, YAMAZAKI Miwa) - No.23, p. 65-77. 2016.