Victoria Stasiuk will be presenting in a panel at the University of Chester in January 2022. Free registration and background information is provided in this post. This free online webinar continues the work of the Phillip Barker Centre in rethinking artist training to improve how artists can have an impact on their communities.
Interested in Climate Change as well as Gender Equality? Keep Reading… Click here to find out all the details about the upcoming November 2021 conference – program schedule, partner program and registration details.
Museum leaders offer online collaboration tools for Governing Boards of museums. VS Associates suggests a visualization to help with strategic planning and implementation. Pratt offers options to create dashboards by participating in projects with their graduate students.
We’ve created two separate lists artists, art organizations or producers can suggest cultural experiences to see and do this summer. We will be changing the landing page for Victoria Stasiuk, Arts and Culture consulting throughout the summer of 2021 based on information gathered by Indu and Yaus, as well as your comments.
VS Associates has been selected as the company to lead a collaboration with Caju Multimedia and Haltech to develop a digital transformation plan for Oakville artists and arts organizations. This program is funded by Digital Mainstreet and Fed Dev Ontario.
An amazing group of artists, curators and researchers exploring the concepts of value and digital infrastructure. The impact of art with Artificial Intelligence from an ethical moral lens was explored as well as some great ideas using interactive analogue and digital games to provoke social change.
Emily and I had connected back in the fall of 2020 through the Museum Computer Network conference and we had finally found a time that worked for both of our schedules to talk about our visions for our careers and the muse-tech industry.
At that time, she was waiting to hear back from the Frick about the more public launch of Global Art Access (GAA). GAA is an educational non-profit dedicated to the digitization of private collections for the purposes of scholarship and public accessibility.
The panelists at the December 2020 symposium explored how visual art, heritage objects and music can trigger memories and creativity in older adults and improve community and family connections. Several museum workers were interested in providing 3D images of their collections for memory boxes.