Rhizome, which focuses on the preservation and promotion of digital art, has received a grant to fund its Webrecorder archiving tool. Currently in beta, Webrecorder digitally archives website interfaces, photos, video, and other "rich" content, making it ideal for storing online and social media–based artworks.
Maximiliano Duron, “Rhizome Receives $600,000 Grant from Mellon Foundation for Online Archiving Tool,” ARTnews, January 4, 2016, http://www.artnews.com/2016/01/04/rhizome-receives-600000-grant-from-mellon-foundation/
Rea McNamara, “Why Rhizome’s $600,000 Mellon Grant is a Big Deal for Digital Preservation,” Art F City, January 5, 2016, http://artfcity.com/2016/01/05/why-rhizomes-600000-mellon-grant-is-a-big-deal-for-digital-preservation/
Ryan Steadman, “Web Art Institution Receives Largest Grant in 20-Year History,” New York Observer, January 5, 2015, http://observer.com/2016/01/web-art-institution-receives-largest-grant-in-20-year-history/
“Rhizome Wins $600,000 Grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation,” Artforum, January 4, 2016, http://www.artforum.com/news/id=57170
Brian Boucher, “Rhizome Wins $600,000 Mellon Foundation Grant to Archive Dynamic Web,” artnet News, January 4, 2016, https://news.artnet.com/art-world/rhizome-wins-mellon-foundation-grant-401906
Nancy K. Herther, “Webrecorder Makes Web Preservation Personal,” Information Today, September 6, 2016, http://newsbreaks.infotoday.com/NewsBreaks/Webrecorder-Makes-Web-Preservation-Personal-113354.asp