representing the design & advertising industries via the AIGA; Scott Brownstein, digital imaging technologist and former CTO of Applied Graphics Technologies (AGT), representing equipment manufacturers via the Photo Marketing Association (PMA); Dustin Wees, Director of Metadata and Cataloging, ArtStor, representing educational institutions via the Visual Resources Association (VRA).
What does VRA stand for?
VRA stands for Visual Resources Association
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We have 101 other meanings of VRA in our Acronym Attic
- Variable Rate Audio
- Vegetable Rights Association
- Vendor Risk Assessment
- Veteran's Readjustment Appointment
- Veterans Recruitment Appointment
- Veterans' Readjustment Authority
- Veterans' Recruitment Act
- Veterans' Recruitment Authority
- Vibration Resistant Anchor (construction)
- Virginia Recycling Association
- Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1793
- Voice Risk Analysis
- Volatile Removal Assembly
- Volta River Authority
- Voluntary Restraint Agreement
- Volunteer Rescue Association ( Australia)
- Voting Rights Act of 1965
- Voyage Repair Availability (US DoD)
- Vulcan Riders Association (motorcycle club)
- Vulnerability Risk Assessment
Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Paperback CC135 The Visual Resources Association, which is a multi-disciplinary community of image management professionals, and reviewers from various institutions have created this resource reflecting new standards for cataloging cultural materials.
Statement of Standards and Practices for the Visual Resources Profession Preamble The Joint ARLIS/NA and VRA Taskforce on Visual Resources Professional Issues was established in 1991 by the Art Libraries Society of North America and the Visual Resources Association to gather and summarize information on the status of the visual resources profession and to make recommendations about the appropriate education and training for a position in the field.