In this podcast, AMT Lab Contributor Seggen Mikael talks with Lauren Goshinski and Larry Shea from the VIA Festival in Pittsburgh about how to manage a technologically heavy festival and finds out some key takeaways for listeners.
Art should be for everyone. For this week's Podcast Series, Danielle Linzer of The Andy Warhol Museum joins AMT Lab to discuss the importance of inclusion in the arts, and what technology can do to aid in inclusive programming's implementation, outreach and marketing efforts.
Dek Ingraham is the Technology Projects Specialist at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC). GPAC is the leading voice for arts and culture across the Greater Pittsburgh region, driving the political, financial, and professional support for the sector. AMT Lab contributor Anna Okuda asked Dek about apps on his phone including ones he suggests for arts managers.
Professor Drew Davidson, the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, is a passionate advocate for games, arts, and technology. Here, he shares experiences and insights with Arts Management and Technology lab.
Christian Gaines, the Executive Director of ArtPrize, recently sat down with AMT Lab Chief Editor Patrick Zakem to talk about the necessity of open systems, the challenges of starting a large organization with a startup ethos, and Artprize’s innovative mobile application. Listen to their conversation here!
Jami Rutherford is a project manager with Cloud for Good, a Salesforce Consulting Partner and Certified B Corporation that helps nonprofits advance their mission via the Salesforce platform. Jami recently sat down with AMT Lab contributor Katie Grennan to discuss how she has seen technology impact the arts industry and what she feels the future holds for the increasing intersection points between the two.
Conductor, composer, arranger, producer and songwriter Steve Hackman is the newly appointed creative director of FUSE at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, where he conducts and produces an innovative new concert series aimed at interacting with a new young audience. Here, he talks with AMT Lab Contributor Sophia Hubeny about some of his favorite apps.
Sol Aramendi is a New York based Argentinean artist working in new media, photography and video. She is the founder of the Project Luz photography program for New Immigrants. Her most recent project is called Apps for Power. AMT Lab Contributor Zaijun Wu recently talked to Sol about the project.
Drew Davidson is a professor, producer and player of interactive media. He is the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and the Founding Editor of ETC Press. Here, he talks about some of his favorite apps.
Ann Markusen, the Director of the Arts Economy Initiative and the Project on Regional and Industrial Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, sits down with AMT Lab contributor Katie Grennan to talk about her work on creative placemaking, and how it is informed by technology.
Diana Avart is the Program Assistant for Catalytic Funding at Sprout Fund, where she provides project management and grant support for applicants of the organization's many programs. Here, she talks about some of her favorite apps.
AMT Lab contributor Anne Marie Padelford recently spoke with Antoine Robidoux, a senior web developer at Intellitix, an RFID solutions company that primarily works in festival access control. Read on to see their discussion about the current and future possibilities of RFID technology.