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 the first in a three-part series of podcast episodes (2 | 3) featuring interviews from the National Arts Marketing Project Conference, David talks with Ron Evans from Group of Minds Arts Marketing and Technology Consultants about the events and phenomena of interest during the conference. The conversation includes:
- Live streaming video during arts conferences - Conference participants using Twitter to communicate with each other and those unable to attend - Notable plenaries and panel sessions - Tips for arts conference planners - The art of conference presentations - Minimalism vs Bullet Crazy - Reasons to lose your NAMP Conference virginity
Cool Sites of the Episode:
Technology in the Arts' Conference Recap Videos on Vimeo - Imagine a cross between The View and an arts conference. 'Nuff said.
NAMP 2010 on Livestream - The NAMP Conference provided live streaming video for two plenaries and one panel session to the general public courtesy of support from Livestream.
Twitter Discussion for NAMP 2010 - The use of Twitter to communicate with each other exploded among attendees at this year's NAMP Conference with over 5,000 tweets during the 3.5 day event.
Backupify - Daily online backup for your social media and software-as-a-service data.
Presentations on Google Docs - Allows you to keep your presentation in a tab within your browser so that you can jump between the presentation and online content.
In this episode of Technology in the Arts, David interviews Marc Kirschner, the founder and General Manager of TenduTV, which delivers high-quality concert dance, documentaries, original programming and screendance to over 20 million US televisions, and to every household with a broadband internet connection.
TenduTV is making a special announcement today at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference in New York City.
(Photo: Flickr, CC by Grzegorz Chorus)