Museums reproduce objects for many reasons: making copies of physically vulnerable items for conservation reasons; taking photographs to record the condition of items or for identification purposes in case of damage or loss; to help researchers; or for a wide range of public-facing activities. The Spectrum 5.0 Reproduction procedure covers managing and recording the creation of images and other kinds of reproduction of objects, including digital copies.
In this bitesize online session, we will review this procedure, and discuss how it might be approached by your museum. Sarah Brown, Outreach Officer for Collections Trust, will also signpost to useful resources covering digitisation and rights management.
Book here (clicking the link on this page will take you to an external site).
This workshop will be delivered through our Arts Council England funded Outreach Programme, in collaboration with the Museum Development Network.