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Summer Road Trip Series: Barnes Foundation Image Recognition App Increasing Visitor Engagement

Summer Road Trip Series:  Barnes Foundation Image Recognition App Increasing Visitor Engagement

A summer long weekend in Philadelphia is inspiring by the many art experiences the city has to offer. Of the museums I visited I was most impressed by both the collection and quality of experience at the Barnes Foundation. The museum has a noteworthy collection of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist artwork, which includes the world’s largest holdings of paintings by Renoir and Cézanne.

Using Technology to Assess Students in Music Education Programs

Using Technology to Assess Students in Music Education Programs

There are many ways that technology can aid in assessing students’ progress, for both the teacher and the student. One such application of technology in both the private or group music lesson is drill and practice software, which can “provide a more persistent learning since it allows a drill and practice at desired level and desired amount” (Nart 80).

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Going Beyond Google: Data Sources and Visualization

Going Beyond Google: Data Sources and Visualization

Finding data and analyzing it takes time, something in short supply for most arts managers.  But without taking the time to collect and analyze data, arts managers are making decisions without knowledge. Here are two tools and one source to consider as you move forward in your work.

Data + Tech for Arts Advocacy

Data + Tech for Arts Advocacy

As arts managers and technologists it is important to note we can use technology and data-informed information over headlines and sound bites, so what options are available if you want to better understand the political terrain or move forward to take action?