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Et si votre public devenait votre partenaire grâce au crowdsourcing ?

Depuis son avènement en 2006, le crowdsourcing, ou « approvisionnement par les foules », a bouleversé la relation entre consommateurs et producteurs. Le phénomène est particulièrement prégnant dans le secteur des arts et de la culture. Désormais, la création ne se cantonne plus seulement aux espaces « physiques », elle se déploie aussi sur la [...]

By | March 3rd, 2014|Non classifié(e)|0 Comments

What if your audience became your partner through crowdsourcing?

From its inception in 2006, crowdsourcing has deeply changed the relation between consumers and marketers. This phenomenon is especially significant in the field of arts and culture. From then on, creation is not only confined to physical spaces but it’s thriving on the Internet. Cultural organizations can then take advantage of crowdsourcing to convert a [...]

By | March 3rd, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Don’t Forget to Save! Preserving Video Games as Works of Art

With the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s recent acquisition of two popular video games, it has become clear, that as a medium, video games can be interpreted as art forms. In this article, author April Fehling, explores the challenges that museums face as they attempt to preserve video games in their tangible forms, which include their [...]

By | January 9th, 2014|Non classifié(e)|0 Comments

Don’t Forget to Save! Preserving Video Games as Works of Art

With the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s recent acquisition of two popular video games, it has become clear, that as a medium, video games can be interpreted as art forms. In this article, author April Fehling, explores the challenges that museums face as they attempt to preserve video games in their tangible forms, which include their [...]

By | January 9th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sacred or Profane? “Religious Art” and the Role of the Museum

As society becomes increasingly secular, this article addresses the issues which confront museums as they exhibit “religious art” to the public. How can museums exhibit religious objects as historical artifacts? Are museums transformed into “sacred spaces” when they do so? What roles do the architecture of a museum and its curators play in the presentation [...]

By | January 9th, 2014|Non classifié(e)|0 Comments

Sacred or Profane? “Religious Art” and the Role of the Museum

As society becomes increasingly secular, this article addresses the issues which confront museums as they exhibit “religious art” to the public. How can museums exhibit religious objects as historical artifacts? Are museums transformed into “sacred spaces” when they do so? What roles do the architecture of a museum and its curators play in the presentation [...]

By | January 9th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Plight of Museums as “Nonprofit” Organizations

Has the kind of philanthropy which pointed towards supporting nonprofit organizations like museums reached its benevolent zenith? Here the Alliance’s Center for the Future of Museums explores “the unintended side effects of philanthropy in the cultural sector.” Although well intentioned, some of the long term ramifications of generous funding have had some unexpected results. A [...]

By | December 11th, 2013|Non classifié(e)|0 Comments

The Plight of Museums as “Nonprofit” Organizations

Has the kind of philanthropy which pointed towards supporting nonprofit organizations like museums reached its benevolent zenith? Here the Alliance’s Center for the Future of Museums explores “the unintended side effects of philanthropy in the cultural sector.” Although well intentioned, some of the long term ramifications of generous funding have had some unexpected results. A [...]

By | December 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

“The Box” – A Growing trend in the Architectural Design of Museums in the United States

Curves are out and right angles are in. Discover the developing design trend which is becoming popularized by world renowned architects Renzo Piano, David Chipperfield, Tod Willaims, and Billie Tsien, among others, to build museums and museum extensions: the box! Has a museum design which serves to benefit a collection triumphed over a design which [...]

By | December 11th, 2013|Non classifié(e)|0 Comments

“The Box” – A Growing trend in the Architectural Design of Museums in the United States

Curves are out and right angles are in. Discover the developing design trend which is becoming popularized by world renowned architects Renzo Piano, David Chipperfield, Tod Willaims, and Billie Tsien, among others, to build museums and museum extensions: the box! Has a museum design which serves to benefit a collection triumphed over a design which [...]

By | December 11th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments