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.
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.
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.
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.
Future Tenant needed to build an audience experience for their December fundraiser, so contributor Annesha stepped in to build an augmented reality app. This is the opening article, documenting her experience.
Laws and regulations surrounding the protection and use of patron data vary greatly depending upon where your organization does business. Read up on the rights and responsibilities granted to both patrons and organizations.
2017 took AMT Lab researchers into the worlds of robots, smart cities, augmented reality, bias reducing technologies, digital advocacy, and so much more. The following offers a highlight and a small preview of what's to come in the 2018.
Tumblr offers unique capabilities for displaying dramaturgy or other visual exhibits for performing arts institutions. We’ve examined how the platform is being used in the field, and some pros and cons to consider before jumping in.
Augmented Reality (AR) & Virtual Reality (VR) have caught the interest of community builders and educators alike. But is this a solution for everyone? This article provides the tools to make an informed decision.
Digital storytelling has become a popular method in raising awareness of advocacy causes, but how does it create real impact? See how your arts organization can utilize digital storytelling to maximize it's impact.
There is an emerging opportunity for collaboration in the cultural heritage sector, as archeologists around the globe call for new methodologies to process mass-information about cultural heritage sites. This article unpacks how satellite imagery and geographical information systems are shifting the structure of the cultural heritage sector.
Audio streaming is becoming more popular each year, yet existing streaming platforms are still not classical music-friendly. Primephonic is leading the charge with a new streaming platform designed specifically for a better classical music listening experience.
As we enter the beginning of the holiday season, AMT Lab would like to thank you. Thank you for reading, thinking, leading the way at the forefront of Arts Management and Technology. We wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving and successful #GivingTuesday.
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.
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