Head of Technology Position: Indianapolis Museum of Art

The Head of Technology formulates and guides the IMA’s vision for technology and technological advancement. Will supervise the work of Information Technology (IT) and IMA Lab staff including the support and planning of the IMA’s network infrastructure, email systems, network storage, server applications, desktop support, gallery electronics, helpdesk, and disaster recovery planning. Oversees the internal and external projects of the IMA Lab. Develops and orchestrates technology-driven
solutions in support of institutional goals and objectives.


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About Silvia Filippini Fantoni

Silvia Filippini Fantoni is the Director of Programs and Audience Engagement at the North Carolina Museum of Art, where she leads the museum’s efforts to provide creative, meaningful experiences with art to diverse audiences onsite, online, and in the larger community. Before joining the NCMA, she served as director of interpretation, media, and evaluation at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where she led the museum’s efforts in developing temporary exhibitions, interpretive experiences, and audience research. She has also worked at the British Museum and the J. Paul Getty Museum and has collaborated on award-winning projects with Tate Modern and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Additionally, since 2008 she has taught courses in museums and new media, and research and evaluation at Sorbonne University in Paris, where she obtained her Ph.D. in aesthetics and art sciences.

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  1. Siliva,

    We are on similar paths. When I studied at Columbia there were no internet or digital studies. I combined my past experience in technology from Silicon Valley with other disciplines. My thesis was human information processing in relationship to information architecture. I then traveled around the world visiting museums and examining their exhibitions, use of technology and mode of musuem education.

    While I found the USA advanced in museum education they were slow to adopt technology due to their funding platform. I then traveled to Europe and tried to engage museums in bringing in more technology to aid the visitor experience and post education opportunity.

    I am arts, visual communication, and education oriented. I am not a technologyphile who is an engineer. I would like to work with museums in the digital age. I find they silo the work between a tech person who runs a website, but knows nothing about art. I find EU museums slow in museum education, due to the fact they took a long time to digitize the collection. Few look at an integrated approach between collection management and visitor education or experience.

    Comming from California I took and entrepreneurial approach. I went for experience first. If I had been on the east coast I might have followed your path to PhD level.
    I have knowlege. Might there be a way to collaborate?


    Arlene Atherton

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