Object Types

The Artifact Types module is utilized for cataloging and grouping similar objects.

The Artifact Types module facilitates comprehensive data entry and easy access to information about artifacts and objects objects in the museum. The module provides fields for entering relevant information about the artifact, including its type and characteristics. This helps to identify, categorize, and track all artifacts of the same type for conservation and maintenance planning, as well as to aid in future searches.

Muselera is a flexible museum management system that can be adapted to accommodate various types of museums, including art, archeology, and thematic museums. With its Artifact Types module, museums can easily create, catalog, and manage their artifacts, whether during implementation or at any time thereafter.

Authorized users can create an unlimited number of Artifact Types to cover all artifact types exhibited in the museum. All artifacts or objects within the system are categorized by selecting these Artifact Types for definition.

Object Type Templates

Corrected text: Artifact Type Templates simplify and streamline the process of creating work types, as well as ensure consistency and accuracy. They provide a standardized structure for creating artifact types that have similar properties, making it easier and faster to input works into the system.

The process of creating Artifact Types is streamlined and standardized, allowing for consistent and accurate cataloging of all artifacts in the museum. The use of templates also eliminates the risk of errors in the definition of the features, ensuring a high level of detail and accuracy in the cataloging process.

Sample Object Types

  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawings
  • Prints
  • Photography
  • Ceramics
  • Glassware
  • Textiles
  • Cloths
  • Furniture
  • Decorative arts
  • Manuscripts
  • Maps and plans
  • Coins and medals
  • Natural history specimens
  • Scientific instruments
  • Ethnographic objects.
  • Musical instruments
  • Vehicles
  • Buildings
  • Guns

These are just examples, and the types of objects that may be recorded in Muselera can vary greatly depending on the focus and collections of the museum.