“Peter Samis is to museums as James Brown is to soul,” was tweeted earlier this year from the American Association of Museums (AAM) conference in Philadelphia. There is no doubt that Peter’s spirit has inspired my work in museum interpretation ever since my first multimedia tour projects with Tate Modern, and his educational mission and […]
Nina Simon is an innovative designer of participatory museum experiences. In addition to lecturing widely, she authors the Museum 2.0 blog, which has become a primary touchstone and resource for best practice in the museum world. What may be less well-known about Nina is her background as a performance poet and how she was inspired […]
In this podcast we get to hear from two people who are very largely responsible for inspiring the MuseumMobile podcasts: Beth Harris and Steven Zucker. Both were art history professors at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York when they founded SmartHistory.org as an online art history resource for their students and others. […]
Vodcast review of Espro-Acoustiguide’s new audiotour player at MoMA in New York, January 1, 2009. Compare it to MoMA’s Wifi Tours, reviewed in the March 15, 2009 vodcast and discussed by MoMA Wifi’s creator, Lotte Meijer, in the March 8, 2009 podcast.
Vodcast of Deb Howes and Titus Bicknell starting the new year right by checking out MoMA Wifi Tours, January 1, 2009. See also the March 8, 2009 podcast interview with Lotte Meijer, developer of the MoMA Wifi Tours.