1. At the end of the January working session, produce a summary of one of the presentations, for the blog.

2. By March 1, choose an object with a musical image in the Metropolitan Museum main building or its Cloisters branch by searching in the online collection and note that you should not choose an object which is indicated as "not on view." Below is a list of the objects you have chosen, organized according to the day we will see them.
Please prepare a short presentation of the object for our visit, consulting the materials available and cited on the relevant pages of the Met website:

April 8, Metropolitan Museum:
Mariana: and

April 9, Cloisters:

3. By March 20, create an annotated images of one of your records for display. Your file will be printed in the form of a poster for an exhibition to be mounted in the Music and Art Library at Columbia at the beginning of April. You could also submit a visualization of an ontology.

4. By April 1, choose a manuscript or fragment that you would like to consult in Columbia's Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Use the advanced search in the Digital Scriptorium and choose New York, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library from the Current Location drop-down menu, and upload (in Add Discussion) the link to your choice on this wiki.
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5. Before our trip to the Index of Christian Art on April 7, read the recent article by Pamela Patton, the Director of the Index, and the article by Isa Ragusa on the history of the Index.