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What's On Your Phone, Nina Marie Barbuto?

AMT Lab contributor Jackie Shimshoni interviewed Nina Barbuto to find out her favorite phone apps.  Nina is the Founder and Director of Assemble, a community space for arts and technology in Pittsburgh, PA.  Click here to read the full interview.

#TBT: A Toolkit For Workflow Management

In most cases, an organization’s efficacy is only as strong as its internal cohesiveness.  But how do we create this environment?  There are many technological tools available that are designed to ease organizational communication and workflow management, and through the years AMT Lab has written product reviews and articles featuring several of them.  This week’s TBT is a toolkit for managers thinking about implementing new communication or workflow processes, or even reviewing their existing processes to see whether they have the best tools for their projects.

#TBT: An Organizational Guide for Adjusting to New Technology

While many idealize the implementation of technology into organizational practices, those who have attempted to do so know firsthand that there are many challenges involved--many of which have less to do with the technology itself, and more to do with the human process of adjusting to it.  Over the years, several AMT Lab articles have covered different aspects of this adjustment, and today’s throwback gathers them together to create a handy organizational guide to adjusting to technology.

New Publication Available: Engaging Audiences Through Sensory-Friendly Performances

AMT Lab's latest publication Opening Doors: Welcoming New Audiences with Sensory-Friendly Performances, is a useful guide for organizations seeking to learn more about the needs and challenges of creating sensory-friendly programming programming. Based on interviews with several sensory-friendly program directors and artists from Pittsburgh Ballet TheatreImagination StageThe Kennedy Center, and TDF’s Autism Theatre Initiative, this publication discusses best practices and important considerations for program development.

 

AMT Lab’s content ranges from case studies to radio shows, reviews to research-based publications. It's a research outlet for those working and learning in the arts management and technology sector.


Current features research updates from AMT Lab contributors, case studies of arts organizations employing innovative technological approaches, and news summaries of developments affecting the field.

Dialogues features interviews with leading arts management professionals on technological trends, challenges, and innovations, including AMT Lab radio shows.

Reviews profiles apps, software, and other products relevant to the arts industry.