Tag Archives: Christine Murray

Fellow Travelers @ #MCN2015

By Sofie Andersen   Coming away from #MCN2015 is like leaving 'museum camp'. It’s an astonishing, curious community of creative technologists – questioning, sharing, re-thinking what we do. The best thing about it is the people, of course, but also the ideas ...

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Being Inspired: Yvonne Rainer

By Christine Murray   I’ve watched, studied, performed, debated and written about this particular dance - ‘Trio A’ by Yvonne Rainer – many times over the years. I find it endlessly fascinating. Here’s why: It’s fearless. It’s deceptively simple. It overthrows everything that came before.   Watch ...

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Being Inspired

Photo Courtesy of Sofie Andersen

  It’s a cliché that there is never enough time to stop and look around, to see or hear what’s right there in front of you, to move (or be moved) out of your comfort zone and to experience the world ...

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Altering Your Vision: Tips from an Accessibility Tour

USS Midway Flight Deck

 5-26-14 : UPDATE TO ORIGINAL POST - This project was awarded AAM's  Silver Muse Award for 'setting the standard for accessible tours'. Congrats to the USS Midway and Antenna teams!   As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2014, the Lab asked ...

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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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