Tag Archive | Interactive

VERMEER in the NEW MEDIA – DOWNLOAD HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES – A VERMEER for YOU

Jan or Johannes Vermeer van Delft, b. October 1632, d. December 1675, a Dutch genre painter who lived and worked in Delft, created some of the most exquisite paintings in Western art.(webmuseumparis) Then Vermeer was forgotten for 200 years. “The “rediscovery” of Vermeer is predominantly attributed to scholar, collector, French Salon critic and co-founder of […]

CAN YOU REALLY CUT-UP FINE ART? RIJKSSTUDO by Rikjs Museum, Amsterdam

August 24, 2016. New Posts For July and August go up bi-weekly on Wednesdays by Jack Dziamba.                                                                                                        CHECK IT OUT Vacation Edition:                                                                                              FINE ART in the NEW MEDIA Rijksstudio is a great example of the use of New Media tools for Fine Art, and fulfills the mission of a museum to make art […]

VISIT VENICE – Art, History, Romance via the NEW MEDIA

July 22, 2015, by Jack Dziamba – New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday                                       TO BEGIN:  Click Here Summer – Art, History, and Romance in Venice Since it’s summer, we seem to be concentrating on stunning visual tours, or on books to read at the beach (and elsewhere). So, this week it’s Venice via tools […]

INSIDE THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL with the App, “JUILLIARD OPEN STUDIOS”

June 24, 2015 – New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday Juilliard Open Studios App This blog is devoted to the Book and Fine Art in the New Media,institutions which use New Media to fufill the mission of making Art available to everyone- everywhere. On May 28, 2015, The Juilliard School announced the release of the free App, […]

ANDY WARHOL’S BOOKS – BEFORE THE DIGITAL AGE

   Andy Warhol, A Gold Book, 1957. Courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. © 2015 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. March 4, 2015     New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday ANDY’S BOOKS From his student days in the 1940s until his death […]

80,000 video clips, photos, sound recordings, and 3-D models, all freely available to anyone who wants to reuse copyright-free images and media.

The Public Domain Project, launched this week by royalty-free video marketplace Pond5, is a digital vault of 80,000 video clips, photos, sound recordings, and 3-D models, all embeddable and freely available to anyone who wants to reuse copyright-free images and media.  As explained by Carey Dunne in FastCode Design, on January 22, 2103, “They’re impeccably organized, […]

THE HARVARD CLASSICS ONLINE – FREE FOR YOU AND ME

 New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday THE HARVARD CLASSICS – FREE ONLINE My Harvard Classics is an interactive Harvard Classics Reading Guide on the Web. With a click of the mouse you are taken directly to the exact volume and chapter for each day’s reading. Each volume of The Harvard Classics may be downloaded for free. It is […]

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 […]

TOUR THE ROYAL THEATER IN COPENHAGEN – VIRTUALLY

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30pm ET                                                             Click here for The 360 Tour of the Royal Theater in Copenhagen   This is another in our summer holiday 360 virtual tours – this time of the Royal Theater in Copenhagen, Denmark  courtesy of Arounder, headquartered in Switzerland.  From DESTINATION360.C0M: Sometimes lost amongst the other Copenhagen visitor attractions […]

E-MUSEUMS – THE NEW MET INTERACTIVE ( Check This Out!)

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30pm ET. NEW MET INTERACTIVE The new MET Interactive, One Met. Many Worlds,  is a beautiful use of New Media technology. As ArtDaily , said, NEW YORK, NY.- Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced the launch of One Met. Many Worlds., […]