Johns Hopkins University has released the Report of the Summit on Digital Curation in Art Museums.
Here's an excerpt:
In October of 2015, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Museum Studies Program convened a group of cultural heritage professionals to discuss digital curation, its integration into the art museum community, and the role the JHU Program in Digital Curation might play in this effort. Attendees included representatives from museums, libraries, archives, foundations, and the JHU Museum Studies Program.
The meeting took place over two days. The first day and a half included a series of short presentations that addressed innovative projects; infrastructure, staffing and workflows; digital curation tools; curatorial considerations; internships, residencies and research opportunities; and local and international collaborations. . . .
Breakout sessions on the last afternoon moved the discussions from conceptual to pragmatic.
See also: Storified Tweets from Summit.