Antoine Fauchié and I developed a multi-media catalogue for the Saint Raymond Museum (Toulouse, France). The catalogue presents a part of the museum’s collection devoted to a group of Roman sculptures discovered at the Chiragan site in Martres-Tolosane. Inspired by the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, we designed and developed a digital version of the catalogue and a printed version. For this we proposed a workflow created specifically for the museum team and based on a set of open-source tools that we assembled (Jeckyll, Zotero, Forestry, Gitlab, paged.js, etc.).
For more information on the project, you can watch a presentation in french given by Christelle Molinié and me on January 13, 2020 at « Les Lundis numérique de l’INHA ». (See the video on Youtube)
- Site web: https://villachiragan.saintraymond.toulouse.fr/
- Developed in collaboration with Antoine Fauchié et l’équipe du musée Saint Raymond
- October 2018 - January 2020
- Source code on GitLab