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[DRAFT] International Art Gallery

Postby Thousand Branches » Thu Feb 24, 2022 9:38 am

Alright, this one is a reaaaaally rough draft, but an idea I’ve been workin on for a week or so and I figure at this point, the forums will be my best point of improvement! I really like the idea of having an international art gallery that can highlight the art from lots of WA nations as well as some kind of archive for people studying artwork from foreign states. This proposal hopefully achieves both of those! Without further ado…

International Art Gallery
Category: Education and Creativity | Area of Effect: Cultural


The World Assembly,

Applauding the rich artistic traditions of the World Assembly’s many member states,

Acknowledging, however, that cultural divide and a lack of international cooperation often lead to a lack of multiversal artistic knowledge throughout member states,

Wishing to educate and inspire a new generation of artwork among WA citizens by creating a public gallery of artwork from member states big and small,

Hereby:

Establishes the Artistic Retention Trusteeship (ART) with the task of creating, maintaining, and expanding two galleries:

  1. The International Online Artistic Repository (IOAR), a publicly and easily available online repository with the purpose of documenting the artwork of member states. The ART must:
    1. Visit the public museums and galleries of all consenting member nations to photograph, audio/videotape, or otherwise record a digital display of all exhibited artworks within, except when a nation would present a direct or indirect danger to any dispatched photographers or historians.
    2. Research and compose, to the best of their ability, a short historical or contextual explanation of each recorded artwork for study of said art.
    3. Publish all digital artwork displays on the IOAR website alongside any research done on the histories of said artworks.
    4. Establish an onsite channel for reporting mistakes done in research or origins of any artworks; All such reports must be investigated and changed accordingly.
    5. Ensure effective and adequate organization and working order of the IOAR, including searchable labelling of artwork by nation, artist, time period, collection, and any other labels deemed relevant by the ART.
  2. The International Gallery of Art (IGA), a physical gallery with the purpose of exemplifying the best masterpieces of each individual member nation:
    1. The Office of Building Management must allocate a sufficiently accessible and sizable portion of land within international World Assembly territory for the purposes of building the IGA.
    2. The ART must:
      1. Build and maintain the IGA, making sure to accommodate space and provide adequate expansion for future donations to the gallery.
      2. Establish a system of outgoing loans with member state governments wherein said governments may loan up to two pieces of artwork to the IGA for a period of 3 years, choosing at the end of that period to either renew the loans on those pieces of artwork, exchange them with other pieces, or remove them entirely. All artworks must be of a reasonable size and moral decency.
      3. Conserve all active artworks in the IGA, ensuring they are not damaged or altered during their time in the IGA. If a piece becomes impossible to conserve for any reason, ART may cancel the outgoing loan and request another piece of ART from the originating nation.
      4. Create caption cards for all submitted artworks based on any information provided by donating member states, making sure to include the artist and country of origin.

Encourages member states to expand art study programs to include foreign artwork and artistic technique as well as student exchange programs to other WA member states.

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The World Assembly,

Applauding the rich artistic traditions of the World Assembly’s many member states,

Acknowledging, however, that cultural divide and a lack of international cooperation often lead to a lack of multiversal artistic knowledge throughout member states,

Wishing to educate and inspire a new generation of artwork among WA citizens by creating a public gallery of artwork from member states big and small,

Hereby:

Establishes the Artistic Retention Trusteeship (ART) with the task of creating, maintaining, and expanding two galleries:

  1. The International Online Artistic Repository (IOAR), a publicly and easily available online repository with the purpose of documenting the artwork of member states. The ART must:
    1. Visit the public museums and galleries of all consenting member nations to photograph (or otherwise document) and record the history of all displayed artworks within. This does not apply to nations that present a direct or indirect danger to any dispatched photographers or historians.
    2. Publish all photographs/documents on the IOAR website alongside any research done on the histories of said artworks.
    3. Establish an onsite channel for reporting mistakes done in research or origins of any artworks; All such reports must be investigated and changed accordingly.
    4. Ensure the proper organization and working order of the IOAR, including making artworks searchable by nation or artist.
  2. The International Gallery of Design (IGD), a physical gallery with the purpose of exemplifying the best masterpieces of each individual member nation:
    1. The Office of Building Management (OBM) must allocate a sizable portion of land - within international World Assembly territory and with sufficient transportation to and from all member states - on which to build the IGD.
    2. The ART must:
      1. Build and maintain the IGD, making sure to accommodate space and constant expansion for member states that wish to donate artwork to the gallery.
      2. Collect a maximum of two donated artworks from member states that wish to donate said artwork to the IGD. The ART must ensure those artworks are of a reasonable size and moral decency.
      3. Create caption cards for all submitted artworks based on the information provided by donating member states, making sure to include the artist and country of origin.

Member states are encouraged to expand art study programs to include foreign artwork and artistic technique as well as student exchange programs to other WA member states.


The World Assembly,

Applauding the rich artistic traditions of the World Assembly’s many member states,

Acknowledging, however, that cultural divides and a lack of international cooperation often leads to a lack of foreign artistic knowledge throughout member states,

Wishing to educate and inspire a new generation of artwork among WA citizens by creating a public gallery of artwork from member states big and small,

Hereby:

Establishes the Artistic Retention Trusteeship (ART) with the task of creating, maintaining, and expanding two galleries:

  1. The International Online Artistic Repository (IOAR), a publicly and easily available online repository with the purpose of documenting the artwork of member states. The ART must:
    1. Send photographers and artwork historians to consenting member nations to photograph or safely record as well as research the history of all available artworks in those member states; This does not apply to nations that present a direct or indirect danger to said photographers or historians.
    2. Publish all records on the IOAR website alongside any research done on the histories of said artworks.
    3. Establish an onsite channel for reporting mistakes done in research or origins of any artworks; All such reports must be investigated and changed accordingly.
    4. Ensure the proper organization and working order of the IOAR, including making artworks searchable by nation or artist.
  2. The Grand World Assembly Art Gallery (GWAAG), a physical gallery with the purpose of exemplifying the best masterpieces of each individual member nation:
    1. The Office of Building Management (OBM) must allocate a sizable portion of land - within international World Assembly territory and with sufficient transportation to and from all member states - on which to build the GWAAG.
    2. The ART must:
      1. Build and maintain the GWAAG, making sure to accommodate space and constant expansion for member states that wish to donate artwork to the gallery.
      2. Collect a maximum of two donated artworks from member states that wish to donate said artwork to the GWAAG. The ART must ensure those artworks are of a reasonable size and moral decency.
      3. Create caption cards for all submitted artworks based on the information provided by donating member states, making sure to include the artist and country of origin.

Member states are encouraged to expand art study programs to include foreign artwork and artistic technique as well as student exchange programs to other WA member states.[/box]
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Postby Araraukar » Sun Feb 27, 2022 3:05 am

OOC: Without googling, name two well-known Finnish works of art and their signifigance to you.

If you cannot and if they hold no signifigance to you, why should someone from a different universe care about somone else's nation's art? If they are interested, I'm fairly sure they could ask for pics of them already.
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Postby Thousand Branches » Sun Feb 27, 2022 7:16 am

Araraukar wrote:OOC: Without googling, name two well-known Finnish works of art and their signifigance to you.

If you cannot and if they hold no signifigance to you, why should someone from a different universe care about somone else's nation's art? If they are interested, I'm fairly sure they could ask for pics of them already.

The idea is to encourage knowledge of other nations through art. No such thing really exists irl, but I think it would be cool to have such a hub of cultural sharing and a place where you can go to explore other cultures through their art. This is purely a resolution to preserve and share culture that would not otherwise be shared!

It’s sort of in the same way that reading literature can introduce you to ideas you never would have explored on your own. If you go to the gallery, you might find yourself exploring a culture you never otherwise would have explored. Maybe I would learn something about Finnish artwork that I never would have known otherwise.
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Postby Imperium Anglorum » Mon Feb 28, 2022 8:28 pm

Araraukar wrote:OOC: Without googling, name two well-known Finnish works of art and their signifigance to you.

If you cannot and if they hold no signifigance to you, why should someone from a different universe care about somone else's nation's art? If they are interested, I'm fairly sure they could ask for pics of them already.

Without Googling, name the entire permanent collection of the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art. Whoops, you can't? Oh, I guess we should just demolish it.

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Postby Thousand Branches » Wed Mar 02, 2022 9:20 am

Bumping this, more comments would be really appreciated! :)
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Postby Fortress World of Cadia » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:21 am

"Cadia is in favor of this as it would bring nations together to share beautiful art."
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Postby Morover » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:28 am

"Do you not think that 1a is a tad burdensome on the World Assembly? Between the tens of thousands of member nations and presumably massive amounts of art present in each nation, it seems insane to require that every single piece of art be documented, regardless of merit. While we here at Morover greatly value cultural enrichment programs such as this, we cannot justify the draining of World Assembly funds towards the payment of photographers to photograph even the most infinitesimal or insignificant of artworks."
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Postby Berusturg » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:42 am

I believe that our Ministers and our people will greatly appreciate this idea, and will definitely vote for this to become a resolution. I support this draft myself personally, though i also believe this might be an insanely tiring task for all parties involved, especially The World Assembly. Nonetheless, I will send the complete draft to our ministers for a proper review as soon as possible.

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Postby Fachumonn » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:44 am

GWAAG is not the best name. More comments soon.


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Postby Thousand Branches » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:53 am

Morover wrote:"Do you not think that 1a is a tad burdensome on the World Assembly? Between the tens of thousands of member nations and presumably massive amounts of art present in each nation, it seems insane to require that every single piece of art be documented, regardless of merit. While we here at Morover greatly value cultural enrichment programs such as this, we cannot justify the draining of World Assembly funds towards the payment of photographers to photograph even the most infinitesimal or insignificant of artworks."

I don’t disagree, I’ll think on it! Maybe some sort of limit on artworks from nations, or have those nations photograph themselves?
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Postby Thousand Branches » Wed Mar 02, 2022 10:53 am

Fachumonn wrote:GWAAG is not the best name. More comments soon.

It’s an acronym.
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Postby Fachumonn » Wed Mar 02, 2022 11:17 am

Thousand Branches wrote:
Fachumonn wrote:GWAAG is not the best name. More comments soon.

It’s an acronym.

I know, but you could change the name which would change the acronym.


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Postby Imperium Anglorum » Wed Mar 02, 2022 11:21 am

You can abbreviate "Grand World Assembly Art Gallery" to "Art Gallery" (with caps) or something like that, if this is really something important.

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Postby Fachumonn » Wed Mar 02, 2022 12:51 pm

Imperium Anglorum wrote:You can abbreviate "Grand World Assembly Art Gallery" to "Art Gallery" (with caps) or something like that, if this is really something important.

Nothing really important but it keeps me from taking this proposal so serious when I read "GWAAG".


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Postby Fachumonn » Wed Mar 02, 2022 12:56 pm

Other than that I think this is great TB. (Not Twobagger) Full support.
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Postby Fortress World of Cadia » Wed Mar 02, 2022 1:08 pm

Morover wrote:"Do you not think that 1a is a tad burdensome on the World Assembly? Between the tens of thousands of member nations and presumably massive amounts of art present in each nation, it seems insane to require that every single piece of art be documented, regardless of merit. While we here at Morover greatly value cultural enrichment programs such as this, we cannot justify the draining of World Assembly funds towards the payment of photographers to photograph even the most infinitesimal or insignificant of artworks."

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Postby Thousand Branches » Wed Mar 02, 2022 1:45 pm

Fachumonn wrote:
Imperium Anglorum wrote:You can abbreviate "Grand World Assembly Art Gallery" to "Art Gallery" (with caps) or something like that, if this is really something important.

Nothing really important but it keeps me from taking this proposal so serious when I read "GWAAG".

Fair enough, I’ll give it a once-over
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Postby Thousand Branches » Tue Mar 08, 2022 10:05 pm

This has been updated to a second draft!
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Postby Fhaengshia » Wed Mar 09, 2022 5:05 am

Very much onboard with this, I have some feedback.

Acknowledging, however, that cultural divide and a lack of international cooperation often lead to a lack of multiversal artistic knowledge throughout member states,

You have “lack” here twice, maybe use another word for one instance.

Wishing to educate and inspire a new generation of artwork among WA citizens by creating a public gallery of artwork from member states big and small,

I think it would be easier to educate and inspire a new generation of artists rather than artwork.

Because the resolution later establishes two galleries, I’d suggest using a word other than gallery here, like institution. Title of the resolution could be due for an update as well.

This might just be me, but large and small flows better than big and small.

The International Online Artistic Repository (IOAR), a publicly and easily available online repository with the purpose of documenting the artwork of member states. The ART must:
  1. Visit the public museums and galleries of all consenting member nations to photograph (or otherwise document) and record the history of all displayed artworks within. This does not apply to nations that present a direct or indirect danger to any dispatched photographers or historians.
  2. Publish all photographs/documents on the IOAR website alongside any research done on the histories of said artworks.
  3. Establish an onsite channel for reporting mistakes done in research or origins of any artworks; All such reports must be investigated and changed accordingly.
  4. Ensure the proper organization and working order of the IOAR, including making artworks searchable by nation or artist.

This does seem to have a bias towards, for lack of a better word, mainstream art. I understand this helps to avoid making this effort overly arduous, but it would exclude sculptural monuments and other outdoor standalone pieces.
Also more and more digital and experiential artworks are making their way into museums, from installations to films and even running software. Maybe photography is enough for the online gallery to act as a reference, but video and even virtual reality could really push this to more holistically capture these types of pieces.

What would research, recording and publishing the history/origins be for? If you’re just wanting to record and verify provenance, this could be more succinct.

The International Gallery of Design (IGD), a physical gallery with the purpose of exemplifying the best masterpieces of each individual member nation:
  1. The Office of Building Management (OBM) must allocate a sizable portion of land - within international World Assembly territory and with sufficient transportation to and from all member states - on which to build the IGD.
  2. The ART must:
    1. Build and maintain the IGD, making sure to accommodate space and constant expansion for member states that wish to donate artwork to the gallery.
    2. Collect a maximum of two donated artworks from member states that wish to donate said artwork to the IGD. The ART must ensure those artworks are of a reasonable size and moral decency.
    3. Create caption cards for all submitted artworks based on the information provided by donating member states, making sure to include the artist and country of origin.

As noble as this is, I doubt many nations would donate their best masterpieces (sometimes even their best masterpieces would be in a museum within another nation like the Mona Lisa). Factors like national pride and tourism would seriously hamper the goals of the IGD if these pieces are to become a permanent collection within the gallery. Outgoing loans are a significant part of cultural enrichment programs that art galleries utilise. A section of the resolution could be written to work within this framework allowing for a more diverse featuring from each nation while keeping it at two per nation, and more importantly leveraging nations’ trust in the WA to curate an impressive collection.

I had some hesitations about the need to gatekeep moral decency, but I realised a method to decline criminal pieces is necessary.

Member states are encouraged to expand art study programs to include foreign artwork and artistic technique as well as student exchange programs to other WA member states.

I would pluralise artwork and technique here.

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Postby Divinusland » Wed Mar 09, 2022 7:41 am

Estabelece a Curadoria de Retenção Artística (ART) com a tarefa de criar, manter e expandir duas galerias:

O Repositório Artístico Online Internacional (IOAR), um repositório on-line disponível publicamente e facilmente com o objetivo de documentar a arte dos Estados-membros. A ART deve:
Visite os museus públicos e galerias de todas as nações membros que consentirem para fotografar (ou documentar de outra forma) e registrar a história de todas as obras de arte expostas dentro. Isso não se aplica a nações que apresentam um perigo direto ou indireto a qualquer fotógrafo ou historiador despachado.
Publique todas as fotografias/documentos no site da IOAR ao lado de qualquer pesquisa feita sobre as histórias dessas obras de arte.
Estabelecer um canal no local para relatar erros cometidos em pesquisas ou origens de quaisquer obras de arte; Todos esses relatórios devem ser investigados e alterados em conformidade.
Garanta a organização adequada e a ordem de trabalho do IOAR, incluindo tornar as obras de arte pesquisáveis por nação ou artista.



The idea of an international art gallery is not bad, on the contrary, I think it is an excellent idea.

But, honestly, neither the World Assembly nor the Security Council could manage to supervise every work that enters and leaves the gallery.

If you really want to create an international art gallery, it is necessary to create a security system, a system for monitoring the entry and exit of people and, above all, guarantee the safety and integrity of the works of art that will be donated for exhibition.

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Postby Thousand Branches » Wed Mar 09, 2022 9:30 am

I solidly agree with most of this (Thanks Fang!) and a new draft will be posted at the wonderfully specific point in which I have the time to completely rewrite this proposal :p
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Postby Thousand Branches » Sun May 15, 2022 8:12 am

Very long overdue draft update, but here is draft 3. The major changes include:
  • The addition of Fhaengshia as co-author for their help with... pretty much all the other major changes.
  • Methods of recording artworks for the IOAR have been expanded to include artworks that don't fit in the area of simple photography.
  • History clause has been more fully expanded on.
  • Everything with the IGD (now the IGA) has been pretty much overhauled and refinished. It now works on a set of outgoing loans and ART is required to help conserve artworks while they're under their care.

There's really only one thing I still really want to add to this draft and that's some way to feature a larger selection of one nation's artwork every day in the IGA (sort of like the daily region feature thing on NS). I wanted to try to do it in AR but I have this terrible problem called "I know absolutely nothing about AR and therefore have no idea how that would work on even a fundamental level".

Anyway, if ya'll have ideas on that or anything at all, lmk!
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Postby Tinhampton » Sun May 15, 2022 12:40 pm

"Hereby member states are encouraged to X" is a grammatically incorrect sentence.

You offer an acronym for "The Office of Building Management" without ever using it again.

Why can "nations that present a direct or indirect danger to any dispatched photographers or historians" not offer digitised pieces of art to the IOAR themselves and leave it to the ART gnomes in their perfectly safe and functional offices to do the rest?
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Postby Thousand Branches » Sun May 15, 2022 2:15 pm

Tinhampton wrote:"Hereby member states are encouraged to X" is a grammatically incorrect sentence.

You offer an acronym for "The Office of Building Management" without ever using it again.

Why can "nations that present a direct or indirect danger to any dispatched photographers or historians" not offer digitised pieces of art to the IOAR themselves and leave it to the ART gnomes in their perfectly safe and functional offices to do the rest?

First two fixed, third my issue would be essentially, how can you then confirm that the art they've digitally offered to you is even theirs at that point? Or real at all? That was why I didn't have member states document their artworks themself is because that would open up a lot of doors to art fraud.
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Postby Tinhampton » Sun May 15, 2022 2:48 pm

Thanks. Any other iffiness I may have about this proposal is sufficiently minor that I can support this in good grace.
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