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Lo scopo di ‘Community Mapping’ è avviare un processo di scambio fra competenze e di convergenza fra abitanti, dove sia la comunità stessa a riconoscere e mappare le proprie sapienze come risorsa culturale per la convivenza, la trasformazione del territorio e la città intera.
‘Community Mapping’ è composto da cicli laboratoriali, che utilizzano strumenti creativi differenti sia nel processo e sia nelle restituzioni pubbliche con lo scopo di realizzare una mappatura di comunità in divenire.
Il primo ciclo di ‘Community Mapping’ si sviluppa tra maggio e dicembre 2013, con un laboratorio di mappatura audiovisiva del quartiere Giambellino-Lorenteggio. Tale laboratorio si propone di raccontare la polifonia interculturale del territorio, attraverso la composizione di percorsi audiovisivi e paesaggi sonori.
Al termine del laboratorio, i partecipanti sono invitati ad elaborare un prodotto audiovisivo e sonoro fruibile ai cittadini e a presentarlo al territorio all’interno di un evento cittadino.
"DPLA is the work of people who understand that design is not just icing on the digital cake, but a significant (even decisive) factor in how we engage with content in the first place. They have made available an application program interface (API) for the site, which is a very useful thing indeed, according to my source in the geek community. With the API, users can create new tools for sorting and presenting the library’s materials. Combine it with a geolocation API, for example, and you could put together an application displaying the available photographs of the street you are on, organized decade by decade".
Museums and galleries should be using new technologies and media to teach, engage and immerse visitors in the art they are viewing, says Local Projects founder Jake Barton. Speaking at Wired 2012 about the future of cities, Barton explained how he was given the opportunity to help the Cleveland Museum of Art achieve this using touchscreens, live cameras and video, turning visitors into the curators of their own experience in the process.
Speaking at Wired 2012 about the future of cities, Barton explained how he was given the opportunity to help the Cleveland Museum of Art achieve this using touchscreens, live cameras and video, turning visitors into the curators of their own experience in the process.
2d-codeStation QR Code Library And Florist2d-codeVodafone Romania are using QR Codes all over Victoriei station in Bucharest to promote their new communication platform.
La réalité augmentée devrait être très présente dans les institutions muséales d'ici deux ou trois ans.
Robin Good: Web of Stories is a free web site service which collects and organizes great people recounting key memories in video. Web of Stories also provides an opportunity for anyone to record, upload and share their own story in a video clip.
Record your story here: http://www.webofstories.com/record
On the site, you can already find plenty of videos of famous scientists, authors, movie makers and artists telling their stories through video.
Thematic channels: http://www.webofstories.com/channels
Telling stories, to help others understand an idea or comprehend what your product / service is all about, is increasingly being recognized as one of the best approaches to convey information in a mode that can be easily followed and absorbed.
P.S.: Web of Stories has lots of interesting clips, but nonetheless the opportunity for viewers to vote and rate such videos, navigation and access to the collection best parts remains yet an area in which major imporvements can be done.
Try it now: http://www.webofstories.com/
"When is Ask a Curator?
It’s an all day event on September 19th on Twitter.
What is Ask a Curator?
It’s a way to talk to curators and people who work in cultural venues you normally don’t have access to. You can ask anything that you’re curious about or want more information on.
What’s it’ like to be a curator?
How do you decide what to display?
What is the most unique object in your collection?
StoryCorps' first animation special will feature stories told by everyday people, brought to life by Rauch Brothers Animation.
Peter Usagi: " The Power of Myth was one of the most popular TV series in the history of public television. In a series of six hour-long episodes, American mythologist Joseph Campbell peeled back the layers of mystery that had once shrouded our species ancient storytelling traditions" ...
YOU are the SUBJECT, VIEWER, FUNDER & CURATOR
Dave Isay, the founder of StoryCorps made a keynote presentation at the preconference of WebWise 2012, which is investigating how libraries and museums help scholars, students, educators, and the general public understand history and the humanities.
The Sonic Memorial Project is a living archive and online sound installation that tells the life and history of the World Trade Center and the events of 9/11.
This exhibition celebrates the diversity of a culture that has withstood the impact of colonisation for nearly two hundred years.
It reveals a history of Victoria that has been hidden, even denied, for over 170 years.
Koori Voices tells the stories of Aboriginal people since the arrival of the British in the 1830s. It also looks at the impact of colonisation and the way in which Aboriginal people have struggled to maintain their culture.
Some stories speak of brutality, oppression and hardship. Other stories recall the struggles and joys of daily life.
The co-workers laughed and envisioned kids and adults interacting with a light display and weird, stretchy shadows.
In the status update age, it may be hard to believe, but not every aspect of technology should cater to you and your experience.
For her first solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York–based artist Martha Rosler presents her work Meta-Monumental Garage Sale, a large-scale version of the classic American garage sale, in which Museum visitors can browse and buy second-hand goods organized, displayed, and sold by the artist. The installation fills MoMA’s Marron Atrium with strange and everyday objects donated by the artist, MoMA staff, and the general public, creating a lively space for exchange between Rosler and her customers as they haggle over prices.
Inter-Facing the Archive. The Media Art Portal netzspannung.org. Monika Fleischmann & Wolfgang Strauss. Jun 23–Nov 12, 2012. ZKM Media Lounge, Karlsruhe.
Netzspannung.org - Video (en)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ7xTAXYlWE
(Photo: Lisa Bergmann)
How Pinterest, the social media platform, works and examples of how museums can use it. An article and two youtube video tutorials.
In our final video from Mobile Culture 2012, delegates discuss what is preventing cultural organisations doing more with mobile and how we can overcome those obstacles...
"Check out MuseumNext’s video of Chris Speed’s and Claire Ross' presentation about Smart Objects, QR codes, Museums and Public Engagement. More of MuseumNext’s videos are on vimeo."
Nina Simon, Executive Director of the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, details how the organization’s financial crisis enabled them to take risks and explore a new model that would help them garner support and build relationships to turn...
A series of ‘interactive Chrome Experiments’ have taken up residence in a basement gallery at the Science Museum.