Category Archives: Events

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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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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5 things from…REMIX London

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By Josh Greenberg Earlier this week, the Antenna LAB London team had a fantastic couple of days at REMIX. Now in it's 3rd year, the conference brings together leading cultural, technological, and entrepreneurial minds, for a fascinating and fast paced two days. ...

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5 Perspectives – Engaging Underrepresented Audiences

by Anne-Gaelle LeFlohic Tuesday 4 November -  It’s a lovely autumnal morning, and the façade of the National Gallery, London, with its majestic columns and pediment overlooking Trafalgar Square, appears in all its pomp and glory. I’m on my way inside ...

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What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You?

by Mandy Smith   This week marks the 42nd Annual Museum Computer Network Conference.  Of the four panels Antenna is proud to be participating in, I’m particularly interested in What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You? Data Analytics and What to Do with ...

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5 Things: From Museomix

Museomix 2014

Museomix, is an event that takes place simultaneously in institutions across the world, in part, remixing, reinterpreting and reimagining an exhibition space, working in a team to create a prototype that brings new ideas to life and contributing to a ...

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The 2014 Antenna Lab Round Table: Interpreting Ancient Art and Cultural Heritage

On Tuesday 4th November we'll be holding our 2014 Round Table, in partnership with the National Palace Museum in Taipei, and the National Gallery in London. The event promises to provide a fascinating view on the interpretation of ancient art and cultural heritage, and ...

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An evening of crime – and other stories

Frank Rose Serial Storytelling

What’s the best way to describe an evening spent making cardboard cutouts, dreaming up crime scenarios, looking back at the evolution of serial storytelling and spilling beer over perfect strangers – for free?? It’s part of an experiment led by Lance ...

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