AMT Lab Contributor Kate Grennan caught up with Natalie Howard, the Director of the Trinity Irish Dancers, a world renowned dance program based in Chicago, Illinois with additional locations throughout Wisconsin. She currently manages the Academy’s office and is passionate about working in the non-profit performing arts space.
Ella Baff, Artistic and Executive Director of Jacob’s Pillow visited Carnegie Mellon on Tuesday February 28. The following addendum to last week’s blog post is a result of online conversations with Jacob's Pillow General Manager Connie Chin. Andre Bouchard: Could you talk about the development process of the Virtual Pillow? How did you decide what features to put in? How did the process unfold?
In this episode, Thomas talks with the Andy Warhol Museum's Josh Jeffrey, the Web and Digital Media Manager, and Tresa Varner, the Curator of Education, about their new mobile apps and the development process behind them. From augmented reality to silkscreening on the iPhone, no two apps at the Warhol are exactly alike.
Cool sites of the episode:
The Andy Warhol Museum - The home of everything Andy Warhol, this Pittsburgh based museum features work by the artist as well as exhibitions of contemporary artists from around the world.
Brunner Digital - This advertising and software development company worked with the Warhol on many of the apps mentioned in the episode.
Toura - Focused on tourism and travel industries, this mobile software development company has worked with the Warhol as well as multiple other museums and cultural institutions.
In our most recent episode, Jason and Brad discuss Brad's recent trip to New York, NY, for the 2008 NYC Web 2.0 Expo, where geeks gather to discuss the latest trends in Web development. This episode features Brad's interviews with:
- Eileen Gittins, founder of Web-based publishing-on-demand tool Blurb.com
- Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, co-partners at 37Signals.com
- Vinny Lingham, founder and CEO of SynthaSite.com
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