While Instagram may be one of the most popular social media platforms, it lacks a convenient link-sharing within an individual post. Fortunately, there are tools available to circumvent this issue.
Live streaming has become a popular trend for performing arts organizations, and many have turned to Facebook to broadcast their shows. Many organizations may find it beneficial to start their live streaming journey with Facebook Live, continue to use the platform for events that are likely to attract a lot of Facebook users, and invest in higher quality live streaming services as they grow.
Audience preference to interact and discover in a socially active environment can be supported with thoughtful integration of mobile social media.
Jaron Keener is the Exhibition Designer and Production Manager at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH). He has worked in the museum industry for more than seven years designing exhibits for art galleries, military and history museums, and historic houses, including the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum in Washington DC and First Division Museum in Illinois.
Last April, contributor Jana Fredricks attended the 2018 Museums and the Web conference in Vancouver. Amidst the chatter of digital collections, online audience engagement, and shiny new tech, she presented research on three technologies that have changed the way cultural heritage sites are understood and documented in the digital age. Her paper, Digital Tools and How We Use Them: The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage in Syria, was presented in a panel entitled Post-Colonial Digital.
The worlds of art and tech were all about AI, social media, and projection the first few weeks of September.
NTEN's annual conference is always a special treat. Vendors and attendees all focused on making the world a better place while investigating the appropriate role technology plays in that transformation. With 144 sessions plus keynotes, Birds of a Feather lunch tables, Ignite talks and pre-conference workshops, to say the conference is robust is an understatement. The following are my main take-away from the conference, but if you are curious for more, be sure to check out their social channels with hashtag #18NTC.
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.
Find out all about how arts organizations across the country are currently collecting patron data and some best practices based on a recently administered national benchmarking study.
How can your organization best sort through the seemingly never ending ways to use social media?