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 Modern databases are essential for modern programs in public art.



 

 4Culture located in King County, Washington has developed Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life a unique method to serve its community. In addition to grants programs for the arts,



 

 They encourage preservation and heritage. Their collection of public art promotes dialogue and collaboration.



 

 experiences for all. 4Culture began to Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life preserve and organize its vast collection. Artwork Archive was the solution.



 

 Allow them access their information online, allowing them to continue their work even when the pandemic is raging.



 

 We spoke with Guy Merrill, 4Culture's Public Art Collection Preparator, and Jordan Howland, 4Culture's Curator and Collections Manager to learn more about the work they do.



 

 They're now using Artwork Archive’s cloud based platform to continue--and expand--their crucial work.



 

 King County is America's 10th largest County. King County Public Art Collection places vary in dimensions and types of civil spaces.



 

 Courthouses include prisons, jails, public hospitals, Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life airports and solid waste facilities. It's difficult to keep track of all these locations.



 

 Include artworks that are placed at these locations.



 

 Making the switch to PastPerfect to Artwork Archive


 4Culture had been making use of PastPerfect (and Access) before Artwork Archive. Guy shares that PastPerfect did not come free of limitations. The



 

 The agency required a solution that was cloud-based.



 

 The collection was a program of a county agency, a PDA. It functions similar to a non-profit.



 

 4Culture could not afford funding to build an Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life Pro Life online database. Guy talked to colleagues in the field and one of his contacts shared Artwork Archive.



 

 Guy says, "One of our biggest reasons for switching to Artwork Archive [was] because it was a cloud-based system."



 

 Guy explains why it can be to pull up an object record while in the field-thereby assisting in the conservation and preservation of their



 

 artworks. "We have over 2500 artworks spread out over 100 different places within the County. I am able to access the Artwork Archive and look at its condition.



 

 Photos of history. Check out how it was supposed to look and how it appears today. I'm able to talk with Jordan immediately to discuss what we should take on



 

 the art."



 

 Artwork Archive: Why it was the best solution


 Guy and Jordan have a lot in common and benefits that relate to their vast public art collection. Artwork



 

 Archive helps them become better stewards.



 

 generations.



 

 "Guy and I inherited a lot deferred maintenance when taking control of the collection. Our work is very technical. Over the past year



 

 The majority of the work was created on site-specific art. This helps to ensure that they are all preserved.



 

 Projects in good repair and keep out local technical experts employed." It has been a priority to keep everyone afloat (COVID).