How To Support edcat
Feedback from users like you help us the most for building and enhancing the platform.
If you have an idea that would improve edcat, you can submit and discuss them in our Feedback Forum.
Send us an email to share your opinion, your expertise consulting, your special ideas or other helpful information.
Become an editor
Do you have access to artists’ editions and want to contribute to the database by adding editions, information and images, please apply by sending us an email with some words about you and what information you can contribute.
Become a data contributor
Are you an institution (library, archive, publisher, distributor) or private collector and you already have a database with artists’ publications and you would like to contribute data to edcat, please get in touch! Edcat’s idea is to bring together information from as many sources as possible to make the most information available to everybody in one place.
Our databse is structured to be compatible with any inventory system. If you have a structured database, we can import your data and automatically connect it to your inventory online or add it to your edcat collection with your inventory numbers.
Become a collaborator or sponsor
We are constantly working on improving edcat to make the most use of the information we are collecting and to create a powerfull tool for researchers, curators, collectors, gallerists and everybody who is looking for information about artists’ editions. This takes time and costs money. If you want to help us with man power or financially to boost edcats development, please get in touch!
Donate!We are grateful for any donation. Any donation helps us to enhance the edcat platform: Fixing bugs, enhancing the capabilities and interfaces, editing data and building a network for art publications and the people.