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In Conversation With: John Kudos, Managing Partner, KUDOS Design Collaboratory™ and KASA Collective

A creative director, educator, and technologist with over 20 years’ design and management experience, John Kudos has worked on a broad range of projects –...

In Conversation With: Jahnavi Phalkey, Founding Director, Science Gallery Bengaluru

Reimagining cultural spaces for a digital future is a challenge that many museum professionals have been wrestling with in the recent past. Ahead of her...

In Conversation With: Katherine Biggs, Senior Digital Manager, National Portrait Gallery

Have a global audience and annual visitor numbers of almost 2 million people? Then how do you keep them engaged and interested when you close...

Pokemon Go Makers Partner With Museums for Real-World Metaverse

The developer of the world’s first augmented reality (AR) platform to truly take off, Pokemon Go, has partnered with museums and other institutions for its...

Understanding the metaverse and what the future holds for the digital space

It’s a term that has been familiar in tech circles for some time but Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement that Facebook would be changing its umbrella company...

A look to the future: Microsoft Mesh and beyond

In her latest article for MuseumNext, Microsoft Strategy Leader for Libraries and Museums, Catherine Devine, shares where next generation Extended Reality (XR) is heading and...

Active Image: providing digital and physical art solutions to DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum

The DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum in Frankfurt – is a leading, forward-thinking, international heritage organization, which links the history, materiality, and meaning of...

Smartify launches new museum marketplace 

Smartify’s Head of eCommerce Emma Roberts reveals how the new arts marketplace provides an exciting channel for museum stores. Emma knows the challenges facing museum...

How AI has learned human emotions from art

Researchers at Stanford University have programmed their AI algorithm to look at a work of art, and then, astonishingly, to form an emotional response to...

What’s the real cost of NFT Art?

There’s been a lot of stories in the news about NFT art recently. And for good reason, it has become the new investment hot ticket,...

The future of museum collections is cloud

Adrian Cooper is the Chief Product Officer for Terentia, a digital asset management, collections management, and storytelling platform for museums and cultural institutions that uses...

How are audience segmentation models adapting for the post-lockdown museum world? 

Do you know your Commuterland Culturebuffs from your Kaleidoscope Creativity? These are (as the segmentation savvy will know) two of the profiles from the Audience Agency’s...

Harnessing the value of museum assets with Holographic NFTs

Exploring how Holographic NFTs can provide museums and galleries with an opportunity to build on their digitisation programmes, make their exhibits more immersive and generate...

What do NFTs mean for the arts?

Interest in non-fungible tokens, or NFTs as they are more commonly known, has soared in recent years. Notably, the art world has embraced them as...

Smartify at the Van Abbemuseum: creating a multi-layered visit

For its Delinking and Relinking exhibition the Van Abbemuseum staff asked the question: how can we create a layered museum visit in which we give...

Active Image: providing a marketplace and community for digital imagery

Founded in 2018 by Henning Lohner, Active Image is a Berlin-based start-up with the mission to accelerate the transformation of the visual art experience by...

Livdeo: building more comprehensive and accessible digital platforms for museum visitors

According to Livdeo, a French tech company that provides inclusive digital solutions for cultural institutions, the digital collections should be accessible to everyone, regardless of...

How one artist is heading underwater for inspiration with Deep 3D

Simon Brown is the man behind Deep 3D – an incredible new collection of holo-NFT artworks that have been given new life using state-of-the-art desktop...

Getty Publications: how Quire is creating solutions to open access publishing

In anticipation of MuseumNext’s Digital Collections Summit next week (4-6 October) we caught up with Erine Cecele Dunigan, Community Manager for Quire, an open-source digital...

Samsung’s Frame TV Now Displays the ‘Mona Lisa’ and Other Louvre Masterpieces

A new partnership between Samsung and the Musée du Louvre in Paris has been announced which will see some of the world’s most famous masterpieces...

Mary McGillivray, the TikToker Who Is Making Art History Accessible

Known to hundreds of thousands of followers on TikTok, as _theiconoclass, Mary McGillivray is an art historian with a difference. Her lessons in art history...

Smartify and the Future of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Anna Lowe, Director of Partnerships at Smartify talks to MuseumNext and introduces cutting-edge mobile guide strategies for use in-gallery and at home as well as...

Terentia: creating digital infrastructure and ecosystems to manage museum collections, assets and create experiences

Toronto-based Terentia officially introduced itself to the world in February to assist museums and the wider cultural sector in their digital asset management, collections management...

Real effort brings artificial intelligence exhibition to World Museum

AI: More than Human at World Museum, Liverpool is a large-scale exhibition that is giving the city and region’s visitors a chance to see its...