Curarium is a platform for exploring, analyzing, and making arguments about collections and the objects they comprise. It leverages the power of collections to tell stories by giving users tools ranging from item-level annotations to comprehensive, repository-wide visualizations, allowing them to bring both objects and the communities to which they belong into dialogue with one another.
Curarium isn’t an online exhibition platform, but an environment for pursuing and sharing collections-based research nimbly, intuitively, and iteratively. Browse vast numbers of objects, using an expanding library of visualization tools to generate dynamic data portraits of collections. Annotate records and images, curating them to highlight relationships and juxtapositions. Assemble those records into trays of objects, images, and visualizations to share and work collaboratively with your social circles, and transform trays into published spotlights that unlock the stories and arguments bound up in collections.
A single image from a library collection.
A full library collection.
A note of explanation or comment.
A personalized bin to save records, annotations, and visualizations that are interesting or pertinent.
A shared space that is as private or public as the user settings specify. A shared page for teachers and students or research teams to collect and share groups of records, annotations, spotlights, and visualizations.
A shared bin to save records, annotations, and visualizations that are interesting or pertinent to you and those who are part of your Circle community.
A dynamic multimedia platform for telling the stories that Curarium has helped reveal.
A tool that allows users to simply and quickly upload thousands of JSON files and automatically parse their associated metadata via a user-friendly interface.
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