Interweaving Social: Managing and implementing social media in artistic programming

In 2012, Dog & Pony DC, a small theatre company in Washington D.C., encouraged audiences to direct the plot of a show and influence characters using Twitter. In A Killing Game, audiences and actors stood side-by-side, immersing themselves in a collaborative artistic experience. In order to learn more about the company’s decision to utilize social media, and its approach to integrating the technology and management of its uses, AMT Lab’s Kristen Sorek West spoke to company director, Rachel Grossman. 

New Product Review Available: NO AD

AMT Lab correspondent Aoni Wang shares her impressions of the app, NO AD, the new app that replaces advertisements in the NYC subway system with street art. Read her full review here and please share your comments or experiences in the comments!

Teaching Arts Through Tech: Part 1

AMT Lab Correspondent Jackie Shimshoni sat down with Jane Alexander, Chief Information Officer at the Cleveland Museum of Art to talk about their remarkable merging or art and technology - Gallery One. This interview is the first part of a new 3-part podcast series of interviews with individuals making contributions to the field of integrated arts and tech.  

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New Product Review Available: ARTLENS

AMT Lab correspondent Filippo Stefania shares his impressions of the Cleveland Museum of Art's new ARTLENS app. Read his full review here and please share your comments or experiences in the comments!

Promoting Digital Media Art through Digital Media tools

In our technology-stuffed world, the difficulties faced by video artists seem paradoxical. Due to high up-front costs, and the difficulty of handling and selling digital technologies, established institutions such as art galleries and museums often shun their work. Artists may look at the entertainment industry as an alternative, but find themselves unfulfilled, as musicians typically come first in these sorts of collaborations.


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