A symbiotic relationship between institutions and artists must be maintained to ensure the future safety of born-digital art.
This year has profoundly shaped the future museums.
The past two weeks have surely set a record for most ever “marina abramovic pizza” Google searches
Museums are institutions concerned with the protection of human rights. But what happens when those rights are violated for the sake of art?
The winds of change are blowing through the air, taking people with it to new places.
Thanks to Adobe, you’re a designer! And YOU’RE a designer! So what makes museum exhibition designers so special if everyone can do their job?
Democratic principles are alive and well on museum websites, and there is little evidence to show that political changes will threaten them.
I consider myself a politically engaged, well-read citizen, and I have to say: I am getting pretty exhausted. My entire waking life, it seems, has been consumed…… Read more “We the Museum People: Politics in Museums”
The Museum Computer Network 2016 conference is fast approaching, and the museum Twitter community is already abuzz with New Orleans restaurant recommendations and French Quarter Halloween musings.…… Read more “Digital Museum Wins & Thoughts: MCN 2016 New Orleans Edition”
For several weeks, come Sunday evening, I’ve struggled with my choice of blog topic. Undoubtedly, discussing technology in museums is important, relevant and educational. In fact, my…… Read more “When They Go High, You Go Low(-Tech): How Technological Concepts Inspire Participatory Solutions in Museums”