Historically accurate Minecraft constructions, a digital water exhibition, and sculptural Frankensteins on a rooftop.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has done some wonderful things with their site, but may still need to make alterations when it comes to increasing accessibility.
When the radical freedom of the internet is applied to a linear platform, shit gets weird.
Actual reality: political museum mobilization is gaining steam.
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.
Democratic principles are alive and well on museum websites, and there is little evidence to show that political changes will threaten them.
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”
Some museums may be overthinking their SEO strategy. Some may not be thinking about SEO at all.
This week, I take a look at a few museums brave and creative enough to respond to the challenge of adding augmented and virtual reality into their digital…… Read more “Face-Swappin’ Mona Lisa: Snapchat, Augmented & Virtual Reality Come to the Museum”