All posts by Antenna Lab

7 things : ‘Scoping it

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By Blaire Moskowitz A couple of weeks ago, across museum-industry digital media and marketing departments, lots of us uttered the same words. “We could Periscope or Meerkat this!” It happened at the Blanton and National Gallery of Scotland and it’s fun to see ...

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Family Fun

Time to have some fun - it's #familyMW day for #museumweek! Family tours are not only really fun to work on but can sometimes be more popular than the standard, adult offering. Here content designer, Fiona Houston, tells us about what went ...

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Inspired…by architecture

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Today's #museumweek post combines #architectureMW and #inspirationMW and is by Chris Bazley, Antenna's own architecture buff. Take it away, Chris....   Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center Unlike so many other great museums, this does not leap out from the crowd, shouting “I am a MUSEUM”; ...

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Frida’s Green Door

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This week is the second annual #museumweek. We're extremely excited about this effort to open up museums, share some of the fantastic experiences being created in our sector, and of course we're looking forward to all the stories about everything from souvenirs to favorite poses. ...

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Five Things: “Sticky” Beginnings

A replica of a common 1920s player card - used as invite for immersive theatre event.

With audio, apps, games, and immersive theater all trying to give audiences the opportunity to become storytellers, we’ve been sharing the work of producers who are making the creative process itself ever more audience driven. What ways can we breathe new ...

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Five Things: “Sticky” Motion

How is it that an image, a space, a passage of text, or an exhibition touches a nerve and creates a 'sticky' memory - one that stays with you many hours, days, even years later? In a series of posts, we'll ...

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Maptime: The New Storyteller

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   “Without the aesthetic, the computer is but a mindless speed machine, producing effects without substance, form without relevant content, or content without meaningful form.” - Paul Rand If you haven’t already noticed, there is an explosion of maps and data visualizations ...

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A Story Grows in Brooklyn

A warm winter's welcome to NY Media Lab

By Miranda J. Smith   On a recent (and very frigid!) Friday night, I trekked to the multimedia epicenter of DUMBO in Brooklyn to participate in a highly collaborative process of creating and thinking about stories. About 12 other hardy souls also made ...

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