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> Yes, good point on the location vs institution. If a volunteer uses a 
> location without noting the institution it becomes hard to alert 
> anyone about that item. We can't watch everything all the time. Thanks 
> also for that link, though it looks at first glance to only include 
> exhibitions of old master paintings and old maps. As an experiment, I 
> added an exhibition on photography to Wikipedia and Wikidata (note 
> there is no infobox yet) and it is concrete examples like this which 
> show the gaps in Wikidata coverage. When I first put this up in 2014 I 
> was astonished at the number of redlinks for photographers so I 
> created items for them and slowly these are starting to be filled in. 
> We tend to start on Wikipedia with pages about artists before we make 
> pages about artworks or exhibitions of artworks. The same is true for 
> museums.
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> Covering old masters is easy in terms of copyright problems I suppose, 
> but when it comes to modern art we can still access the metadata. We 
> could, and in my opinion, should include this when possible on 
> Wikidata. Here are the Wikipedia, Wikidata, and Reasonator links to 
> that 2014 exhibition:
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> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Times:_Photography_in_the_20th_Century
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> https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q18429168
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> https://tools.wmflabs.org/reasonator/?q=Q18429168&lang=en 
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> On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 11:30 AM, Henk Vanstappen <[log in to unmask] 
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> I agree with Jane that you could limit to basic information (but keep 
> in mind that a distinction between location and organization is often 
> necessary
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> As a practical example (and possible resource), you could check out 
> Codart's exhibitions calendar at 
> http://www.codart.nl/9/exhibitions-amp;-events/
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> On 25 Apr 2016, at 10:51, Jane Darnell wrote:
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> The idea of modelling an exhibition on Wikidata with data from a 
> museum database is nice, but in order to get there you need to 
> establish a starting position with a group of exhibition items so you 
> can experiment with that dataset. We see this in the Wikidata Sum of 
> all Paintings project with how we model paintings. We propose 
> properties as we start to see and feel a need for them, but we still 
> keep a very low threshold of properties necessary to get items on the 
> radar of this Wikidata project. As a volunteer-run organization, you 
> need a way for people to contribute and have fun while doing so. 
> Asking them to add an exhibition with 15 fields is not the way to do 
> this. However, you can ask them for the minimum number of fields 
> necessary so someone else can eventually add that data. The context, 
> remember, is that Swedish museums and the Wikimedia Sweden chapter are 
> running a project to 1) create articles on Wikipedia about specific 
> exhibitions and would like to also include 2) structured data (I think 
> on Wikidata) about these exhibitions.
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> To do (1) you need the type of information available to the general 
> public about the exhibition (local papers, museum website, and so 
> forth). To do (2) you need to decide on these "minimum number of 
> fields" that could be used for a Wikipedia "infobox" that can pull 
> that data. Taking a stab at it, I would say these fields (to begin 
> with) are name (if a traveling exhibition, then the translated name 
> for those other language labels on Wikidata, and otherwise use the 
> first museum's title for all other languages), next location (museum 
> item), and start and finish dates (to be qualified per exhibition 
> location if more than one). Besides those three basic fields, other 
> fields can be added as the project grows according to the wisdom of 
> people working with Wikdata and exhibitions.
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> On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 8:51 AM, Henk Vanstappen <[log in to unmask] 
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> Two museum standards include a set of elements for the description of 
> exhibitions:
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> 1. SPECTRUM (Collections Trust) as part of the object Use information 
> elements (se Appendix)
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> http://www.collectionstrust.org.uk/collections-link/collections-management/spectrum/the-spectrum-standard
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> 2. CDWA from Getty
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> http://www.getty.edu/research/publications/electronic_publications/cdwa/20exhibition.html
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> best,
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> Henk
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> On 22 Apr 2016, at 11:25, David Haskiya wrote:
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> Hi EuropeanaTech members,
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> I was contacted by some former colleagues in Sweden asking a question:
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> Are there any formal or de-facto standards for modelling (physical) 
> exhibitions?
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> The context is that Swedish museums and the Wikimedia Sweden chapter 
> are running a project to create articles on Wikipedia about specific 
> exhibitions and would like to also include structured data (I think on 
> Wikidata) about these exhibitions.
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> All I know is that there is an Event class in Schema.org 
> <http://Schema.org/>, https://schema.org/ExhibitionEvent but maybe you 
> know of other or better options?
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> Cheers,
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> David
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