#TBT: What's On Your Phone Series

This year’s AMT-Lab contributors are hard at work conducting interviews with leaders in the field in order to bring you the latest insights and opinions from the intersection of arts management and technology. While these dialogues are in process, we thought we would look back at one of AMT-Lab’s most popular series: What’s On Your Phone? Here is a collection of What’s On Your Phone? interviews from the last two years.


What’s On Your Phone, Amelia Northrup-Simpson?

The Director of Strategic Communications at TRG Arts recommends Asana and Google Analytics as her go-to apps.


What’s On Your Phone, Beth Kanter?

Author Beth Kanter talks about her gradual conversion to mobile technology in this 2014 piece.


What’s On Your Phone, Eric Shiner?

The Director of Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum is an advocate for myPantone, a color identifying app, and Webcam—EarthCam, an app with lots of live video feeds.


What’s On Your Phone, Elizabeth Pope?

Elizabeth Pope, Communications and Research Associate at the John T. Gorman Foundation, recommends CAMSCANNER for all arts managers.


What’s On Your Phone, Randy Cohen?

Americans for the Arts’ Vice President of Research and Policy recommends GateGuru for any frequent fliers, and Dragon Dictation for managers who find themselves writing often.


Banner image by Maurizio Pesce, licensed under Creative Commons.