ARCS Update Vol 2 Issue 11 #ARCSConf 2017 Travel Trips, App, Storify, Mexico Seminar #TerritoriosInexplorado, & C2CCare WebinarOctober 10, 2017 | In the Press
#ARCSConf 2017 Travel Tips
If you’re attending the ARCS conference in Vancouver Nov. 3 – 5, 2017, be sure to visit our “Getting There” page for information on travel requirements to visit Canada, links to travel options to Vancouver, and maps to and from the airport and conference hotel.
#ARCSConf 2017 App
Don’t forget to download our conference app. Available in the Apple and Android app stores, it includes a schedule of events, list of speakers and sponsors, an interactive map of the venue, a map of Vancouver, and much more.
ARCS Storify Account
Missed one of our monthly live Twitter chats but still want to follow the conversation? Can’t make it to one of our workshops, or our biennial #ARCSConf? Visit the official ARCS Storify page frequently for edited and annotated reviews of our monthly #ARCSchat, as well as tweets from workshops and conferences. You will find a link at the bottom of our webpage, just look for the Storify symbol.
Livetweeting for Mexico Seminar
If you’re attending the Oct 9-10 seminar in Mexico City use #TerritoriosInexplorados to stay up to date with the proceedings about contemporary registrar challenges. The seminar is being co-hosted by ARCS and El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and is being held at the National Museum of Art.
Actualizarse de las últimas novedades del Seminario "Territorios Inexplorados: retas en el registro contemporáneo de colecciones" en la Ciudad de México el 9-10 de octubre usando #TerritoriosInexplorados. El evento se presenta por ARCS y el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes en el Museo Nacional de Arte.
Connecting to Collections Care Webinar
ARCS and Connecting to Collections Care (C2CC) are pleased to offer the webinar “What is This? Solving Problems Found in Collection” on October 17, 2017, 2 – 3 pm EDT. Go here to register and read more about the webinar topic. And if you missed any past webinars, they’re all archived on the C2CC webpage.
Newsflash from a Member
One of New York’s little known sculpture gardens is on the grounds of the PepsiCo world headquarters in Purchase, New York. The Donald M Kendall Sculpture Garden is comprised of 45 modern sculptures by well-known artists nestled in several beautifully designed seasonal gardens. Touring the garden is free and there is an app for that! ARCS member Suzanne Quigley was asked to write each of the ’sculpture stops’ on the tour. The ’stops’ have been translated into several languages, and the app includes maps, images, text (and Suzanne’s voice!), descriptions of the plantings, etc. It is free to download from the Apple and Google app stores.