Before we had the Internet, the closest form of written communication we had were handwritten letters posted to family, friends and pen pals. Then there are the regular phone calls, family reunion meet-ups, parties, events etc.
Social media and digital publishing platforms open up a lot of potential for institutions that want to create compelling content and stories about their exhibitions that aren't so strictly bounded by the dates and spaces of the gallery.
Since the early 2000s, heritage stakeholders and communities around the world have addressed this problem, identifying the need to tackle the fast obsolescence of formats, data corruption, data loss due to compression, and the question of ...
An exploration of new digital media that has already or will soon make their debut in museums. ... After seeing these exhibitions I've been pondering how digital media is used in the galleries. ... 4) Participatory Digital.
"TED Talks In her New Orleans neighborhood, artist and TED Fellow Candy Chang turned an abandoned house into a giant chalkboard asking a fill-in-the-blank question: “Before I die I want to ___.” Her neighbors' answers -- surprising, poignant, funny..."
Don’t you just hate when you go to a museum and you try to take mobile photos of the incredible architecture, or a beautiful new installation (without flash, of course), and you promptly get scolded...
Les réseaux sociaux deviennent de plus en plus présents dans la vie des Français. En effet, 8 habitants sur 10 seraient inscrits sur un réseau social et près des 2/3 les fréquenteraient quotidiennement.
Explore The Big Internet Museum and its ever-growing collection. It is a museum like any other with curators, a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions by guest curators, seven different wings, and more.
Facebook is the most popular social network where museums have a presence at 56 percent and weren't doing much there other than publicizing programs. And, 42 percent of history museums have no social media presence ...
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