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This is one of a series of articles which describes a [[List of Folgerpedia templates|template]] that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on [[Folgerpedia]].  
This is one of a series of articles which describes a template that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on [[Folgerpedia]].  
 
  
Help others jumpstart their research by contributing information about an exhibition at the Folger. Title your article with the name of the exhibtion, (eg. Shakespeare's the Thing, Very Like a Whale, Shakespeare in American Life). All exhibitions should be listed on the [[Exhibitions at the Folger]] page and are listed in sequential order. If you are creating the page name on the Exhibitions page mark it as <nowiki>[[Name of exhibition|''Name of exhibition'']] (date)</nowiki> so that the article title is shown in italics but will remain without them for the actual page.
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This template is for creating pages related to Folger Exhibitions. Title your article with the name of the exhibtion, (eg. Shakespeare's the Thing, Very Like a Whale, Shakespeare in American Life). All exhibitions should be listed on the [[Exhibitions at the Folger]] page and are listed in sequential order. If you are creating the page name on the Exhibitions page mark it as <nowiki>[[Name of exhibition|''Name of exhibition'']] (date)</nowiki> so that the article title is shown in italics but will remain without them for the actual page.
  
Click the "piece of paper" symbol in the upper right corner of your page and select "Edit Source." In this editing mode, copy the code below the line (<nowiki><hr/></nowiki>) into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating an article for a finding aid on a specific person or topic. You probably won't need all the sections listed below, they are simply suggestions. Two categories:Exhibitions and Public Programs is necessary for all exhibition articles, but other designators can be used as applicable.  
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Click the "piece of paper" symbol in the upper right corner of your page and select "Edit Source." In this editing mode, copy the code below the between the two (<nowiki><hr/></nowiki>) mark ups into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating your article. See [[Folgerpedia:Manual_of_Style|Folgerpedia Manual of Style]] for more style guide information.  
  
Addition Templates are also available if an exhibition requires additional pages.
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An explanation of what goes in each section is in parentheses. You may not need all the sections listed below, they are simply suggestions.  Two categories: Exhibitions and Public programs are necessary for all exhibition articles, but other designators can be used as applicable.  
  
Don't forget to remove the "template" category from your finished article!
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Don't forget to remove the "template" category and any other extraneous elements from your finished article!
  
 
You can save a DRAFT of your article by putting <nowiki>{{draft}}</nowiki> as the ''first'' word in the article.   
 
You can save a DRAFT of your article by putting <nowiki>{{draft}}</nowiki> as the ''first'' word in the article.   
  
Examples:  
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Examples:<ref>Occasionally, an exhibition will follow its own unique format and may require following a different format. In these cases, use [[A Book Behind Bars: The Robben Island Shakespeare|''A Book Behind Bars: The Robben Island Shakespeare'']] and [[The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault|''The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault'']] as guides.</ref>
  
:[[David Garrick, 1717–1779: A Theatrical Life]]
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* [[David Garrick, 1717–1779: A Theatrical Life]]
:[[Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible]]
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:[[Nobility and Newcomers in Renaissance Ireland]]
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* [[Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible]]<ref name="scholar">'''Scholars' insights''' may be placed on the main exhibition page or on a separate page depending on the quantity of content. Links to cases discussed and other helpful elements are encouraged. ''See [[Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible|''Manifold Greatness'']] exhibition.''</ref>  (Scholars' insights on main page; also includes Website section)
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* [[Nobility and Newcomers in Renaissance Ireland]]
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* [[Vivat Rex!: 500th Anniversary of Henry VIII's Accession to the Throne]]<ref name="placement">Depending on the amount of exhibition material, placement of certain elements can vary. For example, if all Exhibition Materials are on the main page, then the Children's Exhibition and Image Gallery would move to Supplemental Materials. ''See [[Vivat Rex!: 500th Anniversary of Henry VIII's Accession to the Throne|''Vivat Rex!'']] exhibition.''</ref> (Exhibition material on main page)
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== Curation ==
 
== Curation ==
  
 
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(List curator(s) as well as a brief biography here)
  
 
=== Curator's insights ===
 
=== Curator's insights ===
  
When curator's insights are available, add them here.
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(When curator's insights are available, add them here.)
  
 
== Contents of the exhibition ==
 
== Contents of the exhibition ==
  
  
=== Exhibition material ===
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=== ''X'' exhibition material ===
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(Exhibition highlights and exhibition item lists go here. See [[Template for exhibition material lists articles]])
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==== Image Gallery<ref name="placement" /> ====
  
[[Template for exhibition material lists articles]]
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(For any Flickr photo albums.)
  
=== Scholars' insights on ... ===
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=== Scholars' insights on ''X''... <ref name="scholar" />===
  
[[Template for scholars' insights for exhibitions articles]]
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(Transcripts from audio tours and other scholarly lectures not otherwise covered in Folgerpedia go here. See [[Template for scholars' insights for exhibitions articles]])
  
=== ''Exhibition name'' children's exhibition ===
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=== ''X'' children's exhibition<ref name="placement" /> ===
  
If there is a children's exhibition, a subpage for it should be created with the name <nowiki>[[Exhibition name children's exhibition|''Exhibition name'' children's exhibition]] </nowiki>and the subpage should follow the [[Template for children's exhibition articles]].
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(If there is a children's exhibition, a subpage for it should be created with the name <nowiki>[[Exhibition name children's exhibition|''Exhibition name'' children's exhibition]] </nowiki>and the subpage should follow the [[Template for children's exhibition articles]].)
  
Any family guide should be added to this section as well.
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(Any family guide should be added to this section as well.)
  
 
== Supplemental materials ==
 
== Supplemental materials ==
  
Any additional material about the exhibition should go into this section. The following are common sections, and use what is needed.
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(Any additional material about the exhibition should go into this section. The following are common sections, and use what is needed.)
  
 
=== Audio ===
 
=== Audio ===
  
Include any audio files here. Each file should get its own subhead and if an item is described, listing that is also nice.
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(Include any audio files here. Each file should get its own subhead and if an item is described, listing that is also nice.)
 
   
 
   
 
=== Video ===
 
=== Video ===
  
Include a brief introduction and then link to any video here.  
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(Include a brief introduction and then embed any video here.)
  
 
=== Related publications ===
 
=== Related publications ===
  
Folger produced catalogs or other publications created for the exhibition should be listed here.
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(Folger produced catalogs or other publications created for the exhibition should be listed here.)
  
 
=== In the News ===
 
=== In the News ===
  
Any key news articles discussing the exhibition can go here. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first.
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(Any key news articles discussing the exhibition can go here. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first.)
  
 
=== Related programs ===
 
=== Related programs ===
  
Any other events occurring at the Folger can go in this section. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first. Titles are intralinked to related pages if not linked earlier.
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(Any other events occurring at the Folger can go in this section. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first. Titles are intralinked to related pages if not linked earlier.)
  
 
==== Talks and Screenings at the Folger ====
 
==== Talks and Screenings at the Folger ====
  
Currently Family programs have gone in this section as well.  
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(Currently Family Programs have gone in this section as well.)
  
 
==== Folger Theatre ====
 
==== Folger Theatre ====
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==== Folger Institute ====
 
==== Folger Institute ====
 
=== Suggestions for further reading ===
 
=== Suggestions for further reading ===
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(If there is a bibliography for the exhibition, a subpage for it should be created with the name <nowiki>[[(Annotated) bibliography or readings related to X|(Annotated bibliography of readings related to ''X'']] </nowiki> and the subpage should follow those exhibitions bibliographies found in the [http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Category:Bibliography Bibliography category].)
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[[Category: Exhibitions]]
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== ''Special Notes on the Template''==
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Revision as of 22:22, 2 July 2015

This is one of a series of articles which describes a template that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on Folgerpedia.

This template is for creating pages related to Folger Exhibitions. Title your article with the name of the exhibtion, (eg. Shakespeare's the Thing, Very Like a Whale, Shakespeare in American Life). All exhibitions should be listed on the Exhibitions at the Folger page and are listed in sequential order. If you are creating the page name on the Exhibitions page mark it as [[Name of exhibition|''Name of exhibition'']] (date) so that the article title is shown in italics but will remain without them for the actual page.

Click the "piece of paper" symbol in the upper right corner of your page and select "Edit Source." In this editing mode, copy the code below the between the two (<hr/>) mark ups into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating your article. See Folgerpedia Manual of Style for more style guide information.

An explanation of what goes in each section is in parentheses. You may not need all the sections listed below, they are simply suggestions. Two categories: Exhibitions and Public programs are necessary for all exhibition articles, but other designators can be used as applicable.

Don't forget to remove the "template" category and any other extraneous elements from your finished article!

You can save a DRAFT of your article by putting {{draft}} as the first word in the article.

Examples:[1]

Template


Begin the exhibition article with: Name of exhibition, one of the Exhibitions at the Folger opened on (date) and closed on (date). You can also add information about curator and catalog subsections for these will not be shown later.

Include a brief desription of the exhibition.

Curation

(List curator(s) as well as a brief biography here)

Curator's insights

(When curator's insights are available, add them here.)

Contents of the exhibition

X exhibition material

(Exhibition highlights and exhibition item lists go here. See Template for exhibition material lists articles)

Image Gallery[3]

(For any Flickr photo albums.)

Scholars' insights on X... [2]

(Transcripts from audio tours and other scholarly lectures not otherwise covered in Folgerpedia go here. See Template for scholars' insights for exhibitions articles)

X children's exhibition[3]

(If there is a children's exhibition, a subpage for it should be created with the name [[Exhibition name children's exhibition|''Exhibition name'' children's exhibition]] and the subpage should follow the Template for children's exhibition articles.)

(Any family guide should be added to this section as well.)

Supplemental materials

(Any additional material about the exhibition should go into this section. The following are common sections, and use what is needed.)

Audio

(Include any audio files here. Each file should get its own subhead and if an item is described, listing that is also nice.)

Video

(Include a brief introduction and then embed any video here.)

Related publications

(Folger produced catalogs or other publications created for the exhibition should be listed here.)

In the News

(Any key news articles discussing the exhibition can go here. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first.)

Related programs

(Any other events occurring at the Folger can go in this section. Arranged chronologically with the oldest first. Titles are intralinked to related pages if not linked earlier.)

Talks and Screenings at the Folger

(Currently Family Programs have gone in this section as well.)

Folger Theatre

Folger Consort

Folger Institute

Suggestions for further reading

(If there is a bibliography for the exhibition, a subpage for it should be created with the name [[(Annotated) bibliography or readings related to X|(Annotated bibliography of readings related to ''X'']] and the subpage should follow those exhibitions bibliographies found in the Bibliography category.)

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Special Notes on the Template

  1. Occasionally, an exhibition will follow its own unique format and may require following a different format. In these cases, use A Book Behind Bars: The Robben Island Shakespeare and The Curatorial Eye: Discoveries from the Folger Vault as guides.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Scholars' insights may be placed on the main exhibition page or on a separate page depending on the quantity of content. Links to cases discussed and other helpful elements are encouraged. See Manifold Greatness exhibition.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Depending on the amount of exhibition material, placement of certain elements can vary. For example, if all Exhibition Materials are on the main page, then the Children's Exhibition and Image Gallery would move to Supplemental Materials. See Vivat Rex! exhibition.