To commemorate the release of our first publication "The Augmented Museum" we spoke with Desi Gonzalez of The Andy Warhol Museum. Desi shared her experience and expertise on Augmented Reality and the future of AR for arts organizations.
Suzy Delvalle discusses her experience as the recently-appointed head of Creative Capital, an innovative arts foundation that adapts venture capital concepts to support individual artists, as well as the direction in which she plans to lead the organization. A native of Curacao, Delvalle has previously worked with Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling and El Museu del Barrio.
Open data is an underutilized opportunity for many non-profit organizations. But how do you access it and how can it help? Contributor Gillian walks through the ins and outs of this helpful source.
Non-profits face many challenges, one of which is intergenerational conflict in the workplace. While a solution will take multiple strategies, professional development is an often cited issue with a simple solution: online learning.
Think that chatbots are out of reach for arts organizations? ManyChat is an easy to use, low-cost option that puts the power of bot technology into the hands of anyone who wants to use it.
Explore AMT Lab's past articles on the ever-critical topic of audience engagement. #tbt
Read the conclusion of Building Audiences, from our contributor Annesha. See the results of building an AR app for a Future Tenant fundraiser!
Here are some of our editor's selections of noteworthy articles from this month: orchestras getting digital, a company that is literally giving people a voice, and some fresh insights into the Google Arts & Culture app.
Blockchain is all over the news right now, but will it have opportunities for the arts? Here are some advantages and complications to look out for.
Net neutrality died by the hand of the FCC in November 2017. The policy, to be implemented summer 2018, will be detrimental to the work and impact of arts institutions and artists. The following article provides an overview of what changed, why net neutrality is important to the arts, and what you can do to help reverse the policy, or, as AT&T's CEO has called for, ask for Congress to create a consumer Internet Bill of Rights.