Tag Archives: Antenna

Picture your MuseumSelfie

MAM_Selfie

It’s January 20th - and, what else? It’s #MuseumSelfie day! Actually it’s the second #MuseumSelfie day and a marker that this 2014 phenomenon is now not only firmly in our lexicon, it’s part of our daily lives in museums, as much ...

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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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Collecting Data – from you!

Are you in the cultural sector and collecting data analytics? If so, what are your visitors really telling you? What are you doing with data that is helpful to others?  We want to know. Your feedback is important!    Kyle Jaebker, Director IMA ...

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A Day in the Life: On a Sign Language Video Shoot

As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2014, the Lab asked Antenna's content designer, Christine Murray, to tell us about her latest experiences creating sign language tours for museums. By Christine Murray The set of a sign language production is unlike any ...

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Museums and the Web: About Access

Live captioning during MW2014's MOCAtv session

  Annie Leist is an artist and Project Coordinator with Art Beyond Sight in New York, NY   Championing Accessibility I’ve attended, and presented at, several conferences in my role as a cultural accessibility consultant; focusing on how technology intertwines with and enhances experiences ...

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