The Bulletin of Japan Art Documentation Society
Online ISSN : 2433-2860
Print ISSN : 0917-9739
ISSN-L : 0917-9739
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A Round Table Talk
  • Seeking Out the Next Generation Talent of JADS
    Ryo AKAMA, Hiroyuki HATANO, Yu HONMA
    2020 Volume 27.28 Pages 18-33
    Published: May 31, 2020
    Released: June 23, 2021

      This paper is a record of the round table talk held on the 12th Autumn Meeting of Japan Art Documentation Society (JADS): JADS 30th Anniversary Events (November 17th 2019). The talks brought the first secretary-general / the first chairman Hiroyuki Hatano, who was involved in establishing JADS. The speakers discussed on the history of JADS, the necessity of Art Documentation, and the target scope of Art lively.

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  • As of May 2020
    Hiroatsu FUKUDA
    2020 Volume 27.28 Pages 34-48
    Published: May 31, 2020
    Released: June 23, 2021

      As of May 31, 2020, the Agency for Cultural Affairs has 10,772 “Arts and Crafts” in the “Number of Cultural Properties Designated”. Digital authorities related to these are increasing year by year. I have tried to explain and analyze the current state of digital authority in order to systematize works, names, schools, and terms related to Japanese art. In this article, I will focus on “Arts and Crafts” that have been handed down as treasures, and consider the assignment of subjects.

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  • With Emphasis on the 2019 Annual Meeting of ICOM CIDOC(International Committee for Documentation)
    Takashi KOGA
    2020 Volume 27.28 Pages 49-61
    Published: May 31, 2020
    Released: June 23, 2021

      This is a report on the 25th ICOM (International Council of Museums) General Conference 2019 (ICOM 2019) in Kyoto, Japan. The main topics of this report are on the 2019 Annual Meeting of ICOM CIDOC (International Committee for Documentation), held as a part of ICOM 2019, which include the author’s own invited keynote lecture on the overview of museum documentation in Japan. This report also discusses the issues of conference management of ICOM, compared with those of IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) and ICA (International Council on Archives).

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  • Necessary Support for Cultural Property Owners
    Mari KEZUKA
    2020 Volume 27.28 Pages 86-98
    Published: May 31, 2020
    Released: June 23, 2021

      I considered the desirable way: keeping records about cultural property information, opening information securely, and inheriting information to successors by the cultural property owners such as the religious corporations, companies, groups and persons.

      Cultural property owners are beginners or amateurs with respect to documentation activities and records keeping. Therefore I suggested issues and support, such as the owner's unique role and what the Agency for Cultural Affairs, related departments and academic organizations should address.

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