Agnes Expands Access to The Bader Collection
With help from staff in the Queen’s University Library, Agnes Etherington Art Centre has added all of its publications related to The Bader Collection, in digital form, to its website and the Internet Archive. By partnering with the Internet Archive, a global digital library initiative, Agnes has increased access to critical scholarship on The Bader Collection.
"Eleven publications related to The Bader Collection from 1988 to 2019, including the two major collection catalogues, have been digitized," says Danuta Sierhuis, Digital Development Coordinator at Agnes. "They are now available online and in multiple formats on the Internet Archive’s platform, including searchable PDFs and audio formats for print-disabled users."
This project is part of a larger, ongoing initiative that aims to expand the online presence of The Bader Collection and to augment access to critical scholarly research on the collection for students at Queen’s and audiences around the world.
Image: Cover of Singular Figures: Portraits and Character Studies in The Bader Collection, by Jacquelyn N. Coutré and Stephanie S. Dickey.