Liz Neely is a human-centered digital strategist focused both on the formation of engaging experiences for museum audiences and on the design of sustainable organizational workflows for museum teams.
At the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, she leads an initiative to connect and publish collections data as linked data and curated the Museum’s first immersive exhibition, Seeing Beyond/Ver más allá, which used responsive light projections to give viewers a new perspective on Georgia O’Keeffe’s ways of seeing.
Neely participates in field-wide discussions regarding the role of museums in society, most recently as part of the Transforming Museum Experience cohort convened by the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum (2021).
She has served on various boards including serving as president of the MCN board of directors 2015-2016. Neely sits on the curatorial team at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.
MuseumNext Digital Collections Summit
Monday, 10 October 2022
Connecting Art & Archives for Research, Discovery, and Storytelling
If you’ve ever sat in on a discussion between a curator and an archivist, then you understand the breadth and richness of stories hidden in collections. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum has developed a scalable infrastructure supporting integrated information from art, archival, library and historic home collections. By leveraging data from various collections, the Collections Online has become a vital central, shared resource based on principles of linked data and standardized vocabularies. Exploring rich relationships reveals a wealth of contexts, perspectives, events, and places. Learn about how the Museum is envisioning the future of its publishing and collections-based storytelling.
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