Announcements

Introducing Guest Pass Referral by Cuseum

Increasing attendance, membership, and visibility are some of the top priorities across the cultural space. To date, there’s been no easy and cost-effective solution that empowers organizations to leverage the networks of their most dedicated supporters to address these goals. Your constituents have valuable connections with the potential to elevate your organization – if only there were an easy way to tap into them. 

Introducing a New Partnership: Cuseum & Neon One

Partnerships are the backbone of the museum and nonprofit world, and strong collaboration is vital to sustaining cultural space. From the relationships between organizations and their constituents, communities of volunteers, to partnerships between museums and brands, these networks are the lifeblood that keeps nonprofits thriving.

Cuseum is Celebrating its 5th Birthday!

This month, we are beyond excited to celebrate Cuseum’s 5th birthday! We’re kicking off the festivities with 5 Fun Facts about our company’s 5-year-long journey. So, let’s take a ride down memory lane!

Cuseum Receives U.S. Patent for Content Delivery System Based on Analysis of Location, Activity, and Sentiment

Cuseum is proud to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,264,392 related to a new method of delivering content based on a user’s location, activity, and emotional response. The company continues to expand its inventive mobile solutions to serve the evolving needs of museums, attractions, and nonprofits.

What’s the Return on Investment for Digital Membership Cards? Find Out Now with our New ROI Calculator

Running a membership program comes with a lot of moving parts and responsibility. With traditional membership cards you may be spending more time, money, and effort than you think. Between the printing of paper or plastic cards, postage, staff labor, never-ending membership mailings, and lapsed members, just how high is your membership expenditure and how does that accumulate over time?

Spotlight on Charlie Fink’s new book Convergence: How The World Will Be Painted With Data

Charlie Fink, foremost expert on Augmented Reality best known for his Forbes column, has just released his new book Convergence: How The World Will Be Painted With Data, where Cuseum’s founder Brendan Ciecko was featured within the “AR in Museums” chapter.

Museums at the Crossroads: the Role of Corporate Partnerships

Our very own CEO, Brendan Ciecko, was tapped for insights for the report, Museums at the Crossroads: the Role of Corporate Partnerships, published by international PR group Grayling.

Cuseum’s 2018 Year in Review

It has been a spectacular year for Cuseum and there is a ton to be excited about heading into the new year. 2018 was full of growth, unforgettable happenings, and new additions to the Cuseum family. We’ve never been more excited about what’s been happening in the world of museums, public attractions, and cultural nonprofits. Thank you for being a part of this journey!

Pérez Art Museum Miami & Felice Grodin Unveil New Augmented Reality Artwork Presented at UNTITLED Art Fair in Miami Beach

Congratulations to our partner, the Perez Art Museum Miami and artist Felice Grodin on the special release of their latest Augmented Reality-based art installation at UNTITLED. The new AR artwork is unveiled today just in time for Miami Art Week one of the biggest events in the art world each year. The new work, “Mezzbug (offspring 3.0),” is an offshoot of the “Invasive Species” exhibition by Felice Grodin, which opened last year.

Cuseum Selected as Finalist by World Tourism Forum Lucerne as One of the World’s 15 Most Innovative Travel & Tourism Startups

We’re excited to announce that Cuseum has been selected by World Tourism Forum Lucerne as “one of the world’s 15 most innovative travel and tourism startups.”

Cuseum Receives 3rd U.S. Patent for Predictive Content Delivery System

Cuseum is pleased to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,034,142 related to a method of effectively and predictively delivering content when there is limited or inconsistent network connectivity. The company continues to expand its innovative products and technology to serve the museum, attractions, and nonprofit sectors.

Everything You Need To Know About The New White House Historical Association App

Cuseum recently made headlines in CNN, ABC, NPR, and beyond for the launch of the White House Historical Association’s new app, “WHExperience” created in partnership with Amazon Web Services! The White House is one of the most iconic national landmarks that draws an impressive crowd (an upwards of 100,000 visitors annually!). The White House Historical Association was founded in 1961 by First Lady Jackie Kennedy as a nonprofit and non-partisan organization, with a mission to “protect, preserve, and provide public access to the rich history of America’s Executive Mansion.” With the support of both the Secret Service and the National Park Services, the WHHA has enabled visitors to enjoy the White House’s rich history; however, the new app “WHExperience,” has extended that mission into the digital world to create an engaging and educational experience for all!

Cuseum’s CEO Speaks at AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, DC

Cuseum’s CEO & Founder, Brendan Ciecko, recently spoke at the AWS Public Sector Summit held last week in Washington, DC. The summit explored the power of Amazon’s cloud technology, as well as how this groundbreaking technological shift can be utilized for innovative projects across industries and sectors. 

Cuseum Partners With Pioneers & MAK to Celebrate Klimt with Augmented Reality

Using augmented reality, Klimt’s iconic masterpiece “The Tree of Life” will be brought to life for the enjoyment of Pioneers attendees in celebration of Viennese modernism and on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of death of Gustav Klimt.

PSFK Highlights Cuseum in Article on Augmented Reality and Cultural Experiences

There is a growing discussion around how AR can be used to elevate the museum experience and bring exhibitions to life. PSFK, a leading trend reporting publication and authority on consumer experience, reports on the topic in the piece “How Augmented Reality is Changing the Museum Experience.” 

Cuseum’s Head of Growth & Partnerships Talks AR at MIT Museum’s “The Hackable Museum”

Dan Sullivan, head of Growth & Partnerships at Cuseum, recently spoke at MIT Museum’s “Hacking the Museum,” which was part of the larger Cambridge Science Festival that took place from April 13-22. The event brought together leading minds from across industries to “talk about and demo museum APIs and collections databases with museum hackers” and to look at how technology like AR can be leveraged in the museum space.

Cuseum Featured In Wired: Augmented Reality is Transforming Museums

Cuseum was recently featured in Wired, a leading technology news publication, in an article that explores the growing role of augmented reality in museums, and how it can be used to engage visitors and drive creativity. Additionally, the use of AR in museums illustrates how technology has the potential to “shake up” the museum world, and bring institutions into the digital age in a way that will speak to a larger audience. 

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