San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) has debuted their new, Cuseum-powered app! The app features several self-guided tours with rich audio content, as well as visitor information and maps. Additionally, if visitors prefer not to follow a tour, they can browse the Museum on their own and search for content on the app via stop numbers. This effort is generously supported by Bloomberg philanthropies, and has allowed SFMOMA to engage and educate visitors in a new and dynamic way!
“The SFMOMA Audio app offers beautifully produced stories featuring personalities not often heard in museums. Dancers, musicians, poets, and TV personalities join artists and curators in giving a series of unique takes on the art and exhibitions in our galleries. Download the app today to see (and hear) art in a whole new way.”
SFMOMA dates back to 1935, and the core of the original collection is made up of donated works by Albert M. Bender, including pieces by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. The Museum is “dedicated to making the art for our time a vital and meaningful part of public life,” and we’re thrilled to support their mission!