Preserving the artist's heritage
SAI Projects
SAI Inventory and Oral History Project utilizes docents and interns from area museums and educational institutions to assist artists in inventorying their work, and then to interview the artists to explore their artistic development.  The interviews are video recorded and made available for viewing on the Internet from this website.  Past participating institutions in the Inventory and Oral History Project are The University of the Arts, James A. Michener Art Museum, Community Arts Center, Drexel University, Fleisher Art Memorial, Moore College of Art & Design, PAFA, and Temple University Tyler School of Art.  Artists are selected by the participating organizations.

SAI Learning Project is an educational effort aimed at informing artists of all ages about the archiving of artwork, its valuation for estate purposes, and other processes that make an artists life and legacy part of an enriching artistic heritage. Please visit this site's Anne and Jerome Kaplan Learning Center to access our online educational media.