Arizonas Asian Art in an Expanded Digital Archive Phase Two-ASUF 30006871

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Arizonas Asian Art in an Expanded Digital Archive Phase Two-ASUF 30006871 Arizona's Asian Art in an Expanded Digital Archive Phase Two Arizona State University and the Phoenix Art Museum hold remarkable resources relating to the art of Asia. This project aims to make this rich repository accessible to scholars worldwide. Researchers will fully document works of Asian art in the permanent collection of the Phoenix Art Museum, and enter the data into the Arizona State University Libraries Digital Repository. Included will be the publication (online) of scholarly papers from a recent symposium on Chinese painting held at Phoenix Art Museum. Another component of the project is to organize a permanent archive of the papers of ASU Professor Emeritus Ju-hsi Chou.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date11/1/1712/15/20

Funding

  • Rhodes (E.) & Carpenter (Leona B.) Foundation: $15,132.00

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