Digital Transformation

Enhance Discoverability
& Grow Your Audiences

Digital Transformation Services

We work with you to build technology roadmaps to implement cutting-edge technologies and digital practices to enhance accessibility, engagement, and the overall visitor experience.

Technology Roadmap

We are able to review modern technology solutions and recommend the best fit for your organization, including:

  • content management systems / website
  • online collections
  • ticketing systems

Online Programming

We help design and deliver online programming to help you stay connected and expand audiences and visitors.

  • educational programming
  • virtual expert talks
  • virtual tours

Increasing Discoverability

We help GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) organizations and artists find new audiences online through:

  • online demonstration workshops
  • discoverability toolkits
  • wikimedia peer editing

Digital Transformation Client Work

Oakville Arts Council

Through our work examining technology platforms used by arts and culture organizations, we were able to recommend options to improve grant allocations and membership tracking.

Backus-Page House Museum

We helped the Backus/Page House museum design online educational programs, to offer additional revenue opportunites to the organization.

Wikimedia Foundation

Victoria has worked for several years with visual artists, art galleries and museums to create a series of workshops and tools to help GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) increase their audiences and links to communities through Wikidata editing sessions and uploads to Wikicommons. 

 Digital Transformation Program – Wiki Wednesdays – 2022 to 2024

Wiki Wednesdays

Wiki-Wednesdays were free online monthly learning sessions designed to help GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums) professionals understand how art galleries and museums can use linked open data (LOD) to raise awareness of their organizations and artists.

Funded by the Wikimedia Foundation, and the Canada Council for the Arts these sessions were brought to you by Victoria Stasiuk and Associates and Navino Evans from Histropedia.

Events – Series 2

SEPTEMBER 6 Kickoff Launch Session
OCTOBER 4 Wiki-Wednesdays GLAM: SEO & Wikidata with Inga Petri, Strategic Moves
NOVEMBER 1 South Asian Artists in Canada: Exploring Cultural Works & Digital Empowerment with Indu Adiyat and Dr. Beenish Tahir
DECEMBER 6 Jason Evans – How would a Wikimedian in Residence help your cultural organization?

Online Collections – Increasing Education & Outreach through Wikidata & the WikiCommons: Partnered Session with

BC Museums Association Members

FEBRUARY 7 Raising the Profile & Discoverability of Metis artists with
Tracey-Mae Chambers & George Simard


Wiki Wednesday participants resources, including:

  • Presentations
  • Newsletters
  • ToolkitEmbracing Wikidata for Visual Artist: A Guide to Discoverability Online, a joint product of Victoria Stasiuk & Associates + Strategic Moves, created by Felicity Buckell & Inga Petri, October 2023
  • YouTube Videos

Case Studies

We will be adding to this session in our future work, once funding is secured.

  • TBD


Digital Transformation Insights

Digital Readiness & Innovation In Museums

Digital Readiness & Innovation In Museums

Baseline National Survey Chris Barr provided leadership for this survey report when he was the Director for Arts and Technology Innovation at the Knight Foundation. The field survey was a partnership with the American Alliance of Museums, capturing data from 480...