AMT Lab contributors recently attended the National Arts Marketing Project Conference. Read about some of their favorite sessions!
Guest contributor, Beth Geatches, attended the National Arts Marketing Project conference in Memphis Tennessee. She gathered opinions from major players in the Arts Marketing field. Listen to their opinions on our latest Podcast.
AMT Lab recently served as a sponsor for the Museum Computer Network Conference hosted in Pittsburgh, PA. Our contributors attended the conference and reported their most interesting findings in the field.
Augmented Reality is feasible for arts organizations of many sizes. This infographic breaks down the design process into four easy steps, and provides a video that shows just how simple it is.
Project Management Software is the solution organizations, large and small in all industries, are turning to for organizing resources, people, deliverables, workflow, and projects. In 5 minutes, you just might have a new software-solution for your team. At the very least, you will have a better idea of what you are looking for.
CRM systems can make a huge difference for any arts organization. But when a small non-profit can't afford the biggest and best tools, what CRM features are critical to their organization? Taylor shares her findings in an infographic.
This interactive map will take you on the journey of Palmyra's 2,000 year old Arch of Triumph, beginning in 2005, with Bassel al Safadi Khartabil's effort to virtually document the city, and ending in present day. Explore this excerpt of the arch's history, and begin to understand the ways in which digital technologies have impacted it's destruction and it's digital reconstruction.
What does it actually cost to place classroom-enhancing software in classrooms? This infographic breaks down the expenses.
How can you make a dent in US arts policy? Lesly explores the importance of advocating at both the state level. Learn what tools are out there to become a dynamic arts advocate!
The powerful technology behind Bitcoin poses new possibilities in an organization's ability to make transactions and collect data. How can arts organizations capitalize on these advancements?