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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.

Where's the radio for art? Apps, new revenues and broadening public access

Abstract

Radio's function is to entertain and inform, but it's also a powerful medium for surfacing new and interesting stuff. Building tablet apps for your museum and its collections can help you to reach new audiences, and show existing audiences what's new at your institution. Artfinder's founders tell you how it's done, and why you should consider it.

Type: 

Exhibitor Briefing - discuss your product. Confirmed Exhibitors only

Authors

chris thorpe's picture
Chris is never sure what to say in biographies and tends to introduce himself as someone who makes things, often with code, always powered by tea. Previously he's worked on projects as diverse as video archives of Nobel Prize winners, putting contemporary art on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar...
Spencer Hyman's picture
Spencer is passionate about helping people find - and find out more about - great art. Previously, Spencer worked for Hasbro in the Far East, launched and ran Amazon’s Software, Video Games, Electronics and Toys Stores and most recently was COO of Last.fm.