Social Media and technology updates abounded in Jan 2019. So what changed? Lets take a quick scan of some of the most notable updates in the tech sector.
There are a lot of options for how people may choose to allocate their time, attention, and financial resources. To an extent there is competition in the cultural sector between museums, theaters, and other similar organizations, but external options, such as other forms of entertainment or educational technology, present a plethora of choices for the consumer. With that in mind, as we start the year let’s take a brief scan of what was hot in the tech world through the 2018 holiday season, and what appears to be on the horizon.
The worlds of art and tech were all about AI, social media, and projection the first few weeks of September.
August tends to be summer's warmest month, and the news in the arts management and technology sector was just as hot. Cuseum released a report on AR’s visitor impact, early blockchain prototypes were found in the New York Times, and the Broad Museum shared details on their upcoming smart gallery labels. Plus, if your organization hasn’t thought about Pinterest in a while, you may want to. Read on to find out more!
Did you miss last month’s news because you were taking a vacation from the internet, or travelling around the world? AMT Lab editors have compiled the highlights from last month so you can catch up quick!
Did you miss what happened in June? AMT Lab covers the biggest stories and latest reports that you should know about.
Missed out on the news last month? AMT Lab has you covered with the highlights of the most helpful and important articles at the intersection of arts, management & technology.
AMT Lab brings some relevant articles from the web to your arts organization in this week's edition of the News Roundup:
All of your Arts and Technology news in one convenient location. Check out our News Roundup for the month of March!
Here are some of our editor's selections of noteworthy articles from this month: orchestras getting digital, a company that is literally giving people a voice, and some fresh insights into the Google Arts & Culture app.