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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 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.

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.

Cuseum & Pérez Art Museum Miami Bring Exhibition to Life Using Augmented Reality

Augmented reality, the combination of real and computer-generated worlds viewed through your phone, is popping up wherever you look; in social media, advertising, games, etc! As a new, powerful tool for artistic creation and an innovative method of audience engagement, AR has the potential to revolutionize the way we experience art, and it was only a matter of time before AR entered the museum space. Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has been at the forefront of the movement to bring AR into museums, and in December 2017, in partnership with Cuseum, they launched the first art exhibit using Apple’s ARKit.

How Your Organization Can Go Green With Digital Membership Cards

When you think about the push to be eco-friendly and how you can help, what comes to mind? Using fewer to-go cups? Opting for paper over plastic grocery bags? Turning the lights off when you leave the room? You may never have considered your organization’s membership cards when you think of things that could be greener! But when it comes to the environment, every little bit counts, and switching out your plastic or paper membership cards for something with no environmental impact will not only save your organization time and money, it’s also great for the Earth!


Cuseum Announces U.S. Patent for Location & Activity Aware Content Delivery System

Cuseum is pleased to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 9,775,003 related to a method of delivering content based on activity and location. Cuseum continues to strengthen its position as a driver of innovation in the museum and nonprofit sectors.

Cuseum Launches “Ink For The Arts” to Bolster Efforts to Save Arts Funding

Cuseum announced today, Ink For The Arts, a new initiative to unite people in the fight against the elimination of federal arts programs. The campaign comes in reaction to the on-going threats to cut funding for the arts, which would put the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and other programs at risk.

Cuseum Receives U.S. Patent for Innovative Approach to Content Delivery

Cuseum announced today the issuance of United States Patent No. 9,723,440 related to a method of delivering content based on activity and location.

Since Cuseum’s founding, the company has been committed to helping its partners succeed with visitor and member engagement as well as driving digital innovation in the cultural and non-profit sector. The first product developed by Cuseum helps museums and public attractions leverage mobile technology to enhance the visitor experience.

Why Every Museum Should Make Data Part of Its DNA

In the digital age, museums and nonprofits are constantly looking for new tools and approaches to improve the various pillars of their operation. From collections to marketing, education, fundraising, and all things in between, there is no denying how valuable technology and access to data has become.

6 Things You Didn’t Know About the NEA

What do Hamilton, Sundance Film Festival, and Vietnam Veterans Memorial have in common?

These world-renowned and celebrated artistic endeavors would not exist if not for the initial support from the National Endowment for the Arts!

The NEA is an independent federal agency that works to give people across America the opportunity to participate in and experience the arts.The NEA funds artistic events, concerts, performances, exhibitions and readings, and also awards grants for research on the impact and value of the arts in the United States. While these amazing and disparate groups have all received funding through the NEA, the future of the agency is uncertain; the arts are under attack.

Carnegie Mellon's Arts Management & Technology Labs Interview with Cuseum: Digital Membership

Our CEO was recently interviewed by Carnegie Mellon University’s Arts Management & Technology Lab about our latest product. Read on for rest of the story!

Software for Museums: Build, Buy, or Platform?

Working on digital projects at your museum is a lot like building a house. But just like building a house, there isn’t just one specific way to go about it. If you work at a cultural institution looking to take advantage of the fruits of the digital era, there are many options and paths you can take.

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