AMT Lab welcomes the 2018-2019 academic year with new research tracks, and a grant to study technologically enabled audience engagement methods.
AMT Lab will be taking a break from now until September. Click here to meet the incoming chief editor of research and catch some highlights from the year.
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.
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It's a new, exciting year at AMT Lab. Here's a note from our new editors telling you what we've got in store.
AMT-Lab is back from our much needed vacation! I hope that you have all had a great summer. As the incoming Chief Editor of AMT-Lab, I am looking forward to a year of sharing content that explores new tools, emerging trends, and organizational case studies at the intersection of arts and technology.
Starting next Thursday, AMT Lab will be sharing a special summer series of Throwback Thursday (#TBT) roundups.
Hello AMT Lab Readers!
With another year of research, reviews, interviews, and more almost completed, we wanted to take a moment to ask about your needs and about what content you'd like to see more of in the future. Please consider taking a moment to complete our 2015 Reader Poll, either below or on the home page so we can better serve your needs.
First launched in 1996, HSX is a free web-based multiplayer gaming simulator of American film industry. The rules are simple: players use virtual currency to buy, sell, short and cover “shares” of films, directors, actors and other related virtual securities. Although the exchange is entirely fictional, it reacts to actual industry-related news, making itself a community and information hub for both professionals and enthusiasts in the film industry.
Read the full review by clicking here.
Curiator encourages users to discover, collect and share art. Launched in early 2014, the app is an extension of the Curiator online platform, a social media website with an emphasis on visual art which claims to be the world’s largest online collaborative art museum.
Learn more about Curiator by clicking here.