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Dear Beat,

VTi (Flanders Theater Institute, now part of Kunstenpunt) has developed a strategy for publishing its databases as LOD.
See e.g. http://www.activearchives.org/whoswho/datadiary.pdf (most sources on the subject are in Dutch).

You might contact Wessel Carlier from Kunstenpunt for more information <[log in to unmask]>.

best wishes,

Henk
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On 28 Apr 2016, at 09:01, Estermann Beat wrote:

> Dear list members,
>  
> Is any of you aware of any LOD implementations or ontologies in the performing arts domain?
>  
> We are presently working together with the Swiss Theatre Collection in order to map their performing arts databases (repertory databases and finding aids for performing arts related material) onto existing ontologies and to complement aspects that haven’t been covered yet so far by existing ontologies.
>  
> I would be happy about any pointers to existing projects or people active in this area.
>  
> Thanks in advance for your help!
>  
> Beat Estermann
>  
>  
> _____________________________________________________
> Beat Estermann 
> Deputy Head of the “Open & Linked Data” Unit
> Berne University of Applied Sciences 
> E-Government Institute 
> Brückenstrasse 73
> CH-3005 Bern
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>  
> _____________________________________________________
> Beat Estermann 
> Deputy Head of the “Open & Linked Data” Unit
> Berne University of Applied Sciences 
> E-Government Institute 
> Brückenstrasse 73
> CH-3005 Bern
> [log in to unmask] 
> www.e-government.bfh.ch
> Phone +41 31 848 34 38 
> 
>