The Images Streams consist of pilot projects developed in collaboration with work-study students employed by ArtCan and gallery staff at three art galleries: the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, the University of New Brunswick Art Centre, and the University of Toronto Art Centre. Students are trained in a range of art world skills, from researching and writing catalogue entries, to seeking reproduction permissions from artists and estates, to web applications. The Centre for Digital Scholarship (CDS)—formerly the Electronic Text Centre (ETC)—at UNB is orchestrating digitization of the Beaverbrook and UNB Art Centre collections. These pilot projects will present up to 100 images from each gallery on the web as a prototype.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ArtCan's partner galleries hold all rights to all Ideas Stream content found herein, including images, text, and data et. al. Images, text and other content are protected by Canadian and international copyright laws. Content may be covered by other restrictions, including copyright and other proprietary rights held by participating members of the ArtCan.ca project.
The content displayed on the ArtCan.ca website is provided for educational and informative purposes. ArtCan.ca makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information contained within. However, ArtCan.ca and the participating members will not be responsible for incomplete or inaccurate information.
The images on the ArtCan.ca website are for browsing, viewing and/or downloading for limited non-commercial, educational, promotional and personal research use only. Users agree to acknowledge their source and respect associated copyright and other proprietary rights. Digital manipulation or other modification of any of the content on the ArtCan.ca site is expressly prohibited.
All other uses other than provided for in these Terms and Conditions are prohibited without written consent of the ArtCan.ca member. For permission to use an image or content for commercial purposes, please contact the ArtCan.ca member who holds the work in their collection. Permission to use works will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the ArtCan.ca member. It is the responsibility of the applicant to secure permission from third party rights holders.