Jane Alexander, the Chief Digital Information Officer of the Cleveland Museum of Art discusses the ArtLens app, audience engagement, digital natives, and social sharing in the newest episode of the AMT-Lab podcast series.
In the newest installment of the ATM-Lab podcast series, Chief Editor, Jenee Iyer, speaks with Lucy Bernholz, Director and Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society about digital civil society, blockchain, data analytics and more.
In our latest podcast Benjamain Sweezy, Deputy Director of Digital and Information Strategy at IMLS, discusses open data resources available through the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the types of information that data analysis can reveal.
Founder and CEO of Cuseum, Brendan Ciecko, discusses his organization and their newest product offering.
Nina Barbado, Director and Founder of Assemble in Pittsburgh, discusses makerspaces with AMT Lab.
Technology is constantly changing the way we live and operate business. AMT Lab Contributor Kevin O’Hora sat down with Glenn Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, to discuss the opportunities for art museums created by technology.
Podcast: AMT Lab Contributor Stewart Urist dives into Ford's Theatre's new "digital mindset" with Tatum Walker, Associate Director of Digital Strategy.
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!
Michael Edson, Associate Director and Head of Digital for the United Nations Live—Museum for Humanity, recently sat down with AMT-Lab Chief Editor Patrick Zakem to talk about his work. Listen here to to hear Michael's views on organizational change, the digital commons, and how new ways of work are influencing the museum space.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. in Washington, DC has been getting a lot of press lately about their re-launch of the Pulitzer-Prize winning play "Clybourne Park". Along with the production, Woolly Mammoth has begun an innovative audience engagement campaign that includes many social media platforms. In this podcast, Rachel Grossman (Connectivity Director for the theater) answers questions about social media planning, what "connectivity" actually means, and integrating efforts across platforms.[display_podcast]