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Museums and the Web

An annual conference exploring the social, cultural, design, technological, economic, and organizational issues of culture, science and heritage on-line.

Panel Discussion and Q&A about the Google Art Project

Abstract

Representatives from participating museums, and a representative from Google, will answer your questions about the project and its implications.

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Authors

ErinCoburn's picture
Erin Coburn is an independent consultant to museums and the cultural heritage sector specializing in building digital media programs and leading digital strategy for institutions of all sizes. Most recently she was the Chief Officer of Digital Media at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she led...
Alex Cary's picture
Alex Cary is a writer and editor at the National Gallery, London. He is passionate about stories – of all kinds, most of all good ones. Alex enjoys finding new ways to make emotional connections between people and paintings. He gets stuck in to a wide variety of content at the Gallery, editing the...
ABurnette's picture
Allegra Burnette is the Creative Director of Digital Media at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, overseeing the design and production for the museum's website, MoMA.org, as well as mobile devices, interpretive kiosks and digital displays. Online projects include two complete site redesigns,...
jmkd's picture
I am currently Program Manager for the Google Art Project, overseeing global operations for Street View inside museums, gigapixel photography, and have significant involvement in partner relations and front end development of the site. I previously worked in gallery installation and web-based art...
NancyProctor's picture
Nancy Proctor is co-chair of Museums and the Web, and heads up mobile strategy and initiatives for the Smithsonian Institution. With a PhD in American art history and a background in filmmaking, curation and art criticism, Nancy Proctor published her first online exhibition in 1995. She co-founded...
Anna.dePaulaHanika's picture
I joined the Google marketing team in London 2007; after 2 years on the research team I moved out to San Francisco to join the Android team and have more recently moved over to Google.org. For the last 2 years I have been working on the Art Project (googleartproject.com) as a 20% project, which...