CollectionSpace is pleased to announce the release of CollectionSpace Version 4.1. 

This release includes various feature enhancement and bug fixes. Two new procedures have been added: Condition Check and Valuation Control. The release has also focused on making significant improvements to stability and performance, as well as on support for hosting CollectionSpace in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. This is a public release that has undergone complete regression testing.​

To read full release notes, including a list of all bugs fixed and enhancements made, visit the release page on the wiki at: Web tours of the new features and functionality will be held Wednesday and Thursday, November 19th and 20th; please check the talk list and for details.

We would like to extend thanks to the 13 community members who assisted with the QA process for this release; without your contributions, this release would not have been possible. Special honors go to Kim Brasen of the Statens Museum for Kunst, the community member completing the most tests. 22 is now the record to beat, folks!

About CollectionSpace: We are a dynamic community of professionals working in the arts, humanities, social, and natural sciences. We collaborate to design, develop, and share a platform for collections information management that: supports traditional collections management activities; enables the integration of emergent and dynamic new technologies into the information ecologies of museums; and is an effective and affordable alternative to one-off applications developed in-house and proprietary offerings. CollectionSpace is freely distributed under the
ECLv2 license.

For more information, to get involved, or to take a guided tour through CollectionSpace, please visit us at or email us at