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.
Chris Barr, director for arts and technology innovation at Knight Foundation, provides an excellent lens to track whether your museum’s digital team untapped, emergent or fully realized. This survey was deployed in partnership with the American Alliance of Museums and captures anonymous data from 480 museums of all sizes across all 50 states. This data includes art museums (30%), historic institutions and sites (38%), science museums (11%) and others.
Many of the panelists on the webinar hosted by the Association of Art Museum Curators spoke about striking a balance between mandates as public galleries and the financial pressures during the pandemic restrictions, remaining hopeful as well as responsive to the communities around us.
Here we summarize what colleagues in the GLAM sector have to say about Google Arts and Culture
This blog highlights an open source template for visitor experience called the GIFT Box.
On July 8, Nordicity co-hosted a session (Digital Strategy for the Arts) with Business/Arts. It was a good opportunity for Canadians to understand some of