node-red-contrib-brooklyn-museum-opencollection 0.0.7

A collection of Node-RED nodes to access the Brooklyn Museum Opencollection API v2.

npm install node-red-contrib-brooklyn-museum-opencollection

New in version 0.0.7

  • corrections.

New in version 0.0.6

  • corrections.

New in version 0.0.5

  • Added a node for 'GET /exhibition' endpoint.
  • Changed the directory structure and configuration to include multiple nodes.

Node-RED Nodes for Brooklyn Museum

This collection of Node-RED nodes can be used to interact with the Brooklyn Museum Opencollection API.


  • Collection
    • Calls the 'GET /collection' endpoint
  • Exhibition
    • Calls the 'GET /exhibition' endpoint


Configure the node adding the API Key.

The Collection ID or Exhibition ID can be configured in the node configuration. The Collection ID and Exhibition ID in the configuration will be overwritten by the 'collectionid' and 'exhibitid' in the msg.payload if present.


You must register for a Brooklyn Museum Opencollection API api-key to access the Opencollection API.


This node can be installed through the Node-Red palette or manually using npm in your node-red folder.

Install as user in your local directory:

$ npm install --save node-red-contrib-brooklyn-museum-opencollection

Or install as root user for all users:

$ sudo npm install -g node-red-contrib-brooklyn-museum-opencollection

If you need a 1-click deployment of Node-RED, you can use the Node-RED Starter on


Further Details

For more details how to use the node, how to build apps with the node, or how to build a Node-RED node, look at

Node Info

Version: 0.0.7
Updated 2 years, 11 months ago
License: MIT
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  • collection
  • exhibition


  • node-red
  • brooklyn-museum
  • oai
  • art
  • museum
  • luce



  • Remko de Knikker