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Maya Kopytman

Maya Kopytman

C&G Partners

Maya Kopytman is a Partner at C&G Partners, specializing in branding, interactive technologies, and websites. She has three decades of design experience and is internationally recognized for her pioneering work in designing interfaces for a variety of interactive media, from software to location-based applications and websites.

Maya has led numerous website and identity projects for clients that include the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, High Museum of Art, Historic Hudson Valley, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Samuel H. Kress Foundation, ITHAKA, The Teagle Foundation, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, American Institute of Architects, and American Institute of Graphic Arts, The Rockefeller University, Columbia University, and Harvard University.

In the field of Interactive Design, Maya has received many of the most prestigious honors such as the “Gold Pencil” from the One Show Interactive and two Webby awards. She frequently serves on jury panels for industry competitions including the ADC Global Annual Awards. Her work has been featured in industry publications such as Graphis and Communications Arts. Maya holds a B. Des from Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and an MFA from Pratt Institute.

She has been a visiting instructor in Pratt’s Department of Digital Arts and is currently a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. As a board member of the nonprofit BYkids, Maya is driven by the same passion for meaningful contributions found in her design career.

MuseumNext Digital Collections Summit
Monday, 10 October 2022

Art Up Close: The Kress Collection & Conservation Online

Follow a duo of digital projects that provide an online re-imagination of the Kress Collection and its related Kress Program in Paintings Conversation. Encompassing more than 3,000 works of European art, the Kress Collection is widely distributed across over 50 distinguished U.S. museums. The new online resources bring the Collection, and its studied and conserved artworks, into the public view in a single place for the first time. Session attendees also get a behind-the-scenes look at the configuration of a powerful digital viewer for visual art collections based on the IIIF API, which allows for a more experiential and detailed experience for users.

Find the full schedule here

Maya Kopytman