Huntsville, AL (January 13, 1997) - Sirsi Corporation announced today the license of UNICORN to the Maryland Institute, College of Art, located in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Maryland Institute, College of Art, established in 1826, is the nation's oldest fully accredited art college. Located in the historic Bolton Hill neighborhood in Baltimore, at the center of the Washington/New York arts corridor, the Maryland Institute offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching degrees, and a five-year combined Bachelor of Fine Arts/Master of Arts in Teaching degree. The Institute enrolls over 900 students in its degree programs from 40 states and 44 foreign countries, selected from the best high school art programs from around the world. The College's full- and part-time faculty, is comprised of over 150 professional artists, designers and scholars, who have cumulatively been awarded every major prize in the art world. Their work is exhibited internationally and is part of major museum collections throughout the world.
The Maryland Institute, College of Art Library will install UNICORN on a 200mhz Pentium Pro PC host computer.
SIRSI, founded in 1980, is a privately held company with headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama. SIRSI develops, markets, and supports information software systems for libraries, businesses, and archives. Its products include WebCat and VIZION, Web information managers, Media Archives, and InfoBASE for data warehousing. With offices in major US cities, and subsidiaries in Canada, the UK and Australia, the company has established its Unicorn products as the leading UNIX-based client/server library automation systems in the world. For more information, please contact SIRSI via phone at (205) 922-9820, fax at (205) 922-9818, or the World Wide Web at http://www.sirsi.com.