Never Lose Track: Manage Your Art Collection Locations and Loans with Artwork Archive

Gain simple solutions for digitizing, managing, and sharing out your expansive collection.

Do you have artwork spread across locations - onsite, across town, throughout campus, on loan, in storage?
If yes, this webinar is for you. You'll gain simple solutions for digitizing, managing, and sharing out your expansive collection.
Join Artwork Archive and our expert panelists, Kathryn Koran of Cleveland Clinic and Alisha Kerlin of Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art at UNLV, for a conversation about stewarding your art collection when it’s on the move and sited beyond your gallery walls.
What we cover:
  • Don’t lose track of key details. Learn how Artwork Archive’s Locations feature helps organize artworks, related documents and contacts.
  • Avoid artworks aging on your walls. Keep your collection fresh by tracking install dates.
  • Protect your collection. Make routine checks of condition easy. Have all of your insurance information up-to-date and shareable.
  • Reduce headache. Get an insider view into Artwork Archive's new loan tracking tool. Log dates, contacts, locations, shipment info, insurance values, and paperwork like agreements. *For academic institutions, we'll cover on campus loan programs too.
  • Make your collection and its locations discoverable. Show off the reach of your artworks with an Interactive Map that can be embedded onto your website.


Meet the Panelists: 

Alisha Kerlin
Executive Director @UNLV's Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art

Alisha Kerlin is the executive director of UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art. Kerlin's expertise entails the curation and exhibition of art works, and facilitating connections between the general public and media with local artists. Prior to joining UNLV, Kerlin worked as an art instructor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and an archivist at the Greene Naftali Gallery in New York. Since joining the university in 2012, Kerlin has focused on leveling barriers that limit access to the arts by creating initiatives that target the academic community, first-time visitors, and K-12 schoolchildren. Kerlin's role as executive director serves as a link for the university to a top-tier cohort of emerging scholars and artists. EDUCATION M.F.A., Fine & Studio Arts, Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts, Bard College B.F.A., Fine & Studio Arts, University of Tennessee


Kathryn Koran
Art Collection Manager @Cleveland Clinic

Kathryn Koran is Art Collection Manager at Cleveland Clinic, ensuring the upkeep of the global art collection (7000+ objects in 165+ locations) by setting priorities and plans, administering the collection database and supporting the art procurement and placement processes. Kathryn joined the Clinic in 2010 to develop and launch the Art in Afternoon tour program catered to individuals with memory loss and their care partners, which she ran until 2019. She expands the ar+ art and architecture app and contributes to committees for enterprise analytics, continuous improvement and global business transformation. While earning a Master of Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University, she apprenticed with the Public Art Manager for the City of Pittsburgh and interned at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin. Kathryn earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Dayton, where she organized student art shows and interned at the Dayton Art Institute.


Elysian McNiff Koglmeier
Head of Growth @Artwork Archive

Growing up with a father as an art therapist and a mother who dedicated her career to art education, Elysian has always been passionate about the creative process and the importance of empowering artists and cultural institutions. She has pursued this passion both in the public and private sector. She started her career in museums (Middlebury College Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), ran New England Foundation for the Arts' public art program, served as curator for Brown University and RISD, and contributed to publications such as Art New England, Art Business News, and Public Art Review. A move out west brought her to Craftsy (now Bluprint) in Denver where she produced online art classes and managed partnerships for a startup that created online educational opportunities for enthusiastic makers. She received her BA in History from Middlebury College and her MA in Public Humanities from Brown University. She is on the board for National Organization of Arts & Health.