A discussion group of cultural heritage imaging, DAM and publishing professionals who pose questions and share information on topics ranging from color management and science to cultural heritage photography and workflows in DAMs and publishing.

Members of ImageMuse hold professional positions at the institutions  below, however their employers are not officially associated with ImageMuse:

Art Institute of Chicago
Boston MFA
British Museum
Brooklyn Museum
Chicago History Museum
Chrysler Museum of Art
Cincinnati Art Museum
Cleveland Museum of Art
Dallas Museum of Art
Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University
Denver Art Museum
Detroit Institute of Arts
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
The Frick Collection
Guggenheim Museum
Hamilton College Library
Harvard Widener Library
Harvard University Art Museums
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
J. Paul Getty Museum
Libary of Congress
Mesa Historical Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Missouri History Museum
Museum at FIT
Museum Victoria, Australia
National Gallery of Art, Washington
National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
National Gallery, London
National Palace Museum, Taiwan
Nelson-Atkins Museum
Oriental Institute Museum, U of Chicago 
Peabody Essex Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Princeton University Art Museum
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Saint Louis Art Museum
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Seattle Art Museum
Skirball Cultural Center and Museum
Smithsonian, Freer and Sackler Art Gallery
Smithsonian, National Anthropological Archives
Smithsonian, National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian, National Museum of the American Indian
Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History
Smithsonian, Office of the CIO
Tate Britain
UC Berkeley Art Museum
University of Kansas Libraries
Vancouver Art Gallery
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Victoria and Albert Museum
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Walker Art Center
Yale Art Gallery
Yale Beinecke Library
Yale Center for British Art

ImageMuse participants formed in 2006 to write guidelines for color managing digital files in fine art reproduction. Since then we have broadly expanded the topics of interest.