Tag Archive | app

‘Touch Van Gogh’ app winner of the World Summit Award Mobile

 Fine Art and the New Media The Van Gogh Museum continues to be in the forefront of using New Media tools to make Art accessible. The latest, as reported by Art Daily, is an app that “focusses on the communication with the public, before, during and after a visit to the museum.” “The app ‘Touch Van […]

E- MUSEUMS: THE NEW MET APP

THE MET APP The following is a letter dated September 2, 2014 from Thomas P. Campbell, Director of the Metropolitan  Museum of Art, announcing the Met’s new app: Dear Friend, It is my great pleasure to announce the launch of the Met app, a free digital resource that offers an easy way to stay connected […]

E-MUSEUEMS – BREAKTHROUGH APP BY DESIGNER OLAFUR ELIASSON

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30pm ETDANISH – ICELANDIC ARTIST/DESIGNER OLAFUR ELIASSONMarion Ackermann, Director of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen explains in Art Daily, the project as the use of New Media technology to look at a museum, and look at Art, “For Eliasson and for us, it was a question of using the resources […]

ARTSY WINS WEBBY – MISSION TO MAKE ART ACCESSIBLE TO ANYONE IN THE WORLD

“Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.” New Post goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30pm ET FINE ART IN THE NEW MEDIA ARTSY As this blog is dedicated to reporting on the use of New Media tools to make Art accessible, the following says it all. […]

E – MUSEUMS – WHAT DO THE PRADO MUSEUM AND A COMPANY CALLED MADPIXEL HAVE IN COMMON? THE PRADO’S UNIQUE NEW APP

A recent article in Art Daily calls the new app from the Prado “a new way of seeing and sharing art,” The Museo del Prado and Madpixel presented Second Canvas Museo del Prado, an app that combines knowledge of the Museum with interactive capacity in order to expand the experience of the Prado, either in […]

E-Museums – La Belle Epoque: Paris 1914 via a Museum in Germany

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30 ET. The BBC in an article, “La Belle Epoque: Paris 1914,” described Paris in 1914, Paris in 1914 was a city giddy with the pace of industrial, scientific and cultural change,but deeply – and as it turned out, rightly – anxious about what the future would hold. […]

E -BOOKS: KINDLE FIRST – IS AMAZON TIPTOEING TOWARD “BOOKFLIX”?

New Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30 pm ET In our post titled,  “Could this be Netflix? ” we wrote, “On our Purpose Page we observed that, “Just as the iPod changed the shape of the music industry,  the entire book publishing industry, is on the brink of a paradigm change.” Now, two companies outside […]