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Small But Mighty: How Small Museums are Achieving Big Success in Digital

Technology is a powerful storytelling vessel, and museums large and small are jumping aboard the tech-wave to communicate their stories and educational content. But, there is a common misconception that innovative digital solutions are exclusively reserved for the big and mighty – that is, organizations willing and able to invest tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars into the development and implementation of, say, a new app, or digital experience. We’re here to debunk this myth. Here, we’ll highlight just how museums with tight budgets and small staffs have worked with Cuseum to develop sustainable, creative, digital solutions to drive visitor engagement as well as cut costs, save time with their membership programs.

Going Beyond the Traditional Tour: 5 Ways Museums Can Deliver Creative Experiences

So, you’ve taken the plunge, ditched the clunky audio guide or printed handout, and gone digital – now your members can tour your museum with an easy-to-use Cuseum-powered app. But now you’re wondering, “what more can we do with it?” We’ve got the answers. Here are 5 ways you can get creative with your app to drive visitor engagement and enhance the museum-going experience.

The Fred Jones Jr. Museum Steps into the Modern Age with Their New App

Cuseum welcomes the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art to our family! The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art boasts a stunning collection of over 20,000 artifacts. With this diverse collection housed inside an awesome space, it’s no wonder they want a new adaptive tour app!

Cuseum Powers Mobile App for the Largest Contemporary Art Museum in the Country: MASS MoCA

This past Memorial Day weekend marked a historic moment for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) as they became the largest contemporary art museum in the United States upon the opening of their newest building.

National Museum of Wildlife Art Launches Mobile App.

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National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) took a big digital leap forward this week with the launch of their new mobile app powered by Cuseum.

The new NMWA app allows visitors to experience curated tours and special content to make the best of their time at the museum. Visitors can now enjoy a guided tour of the museum’s popular Sculpture Trail and other special exhibitions.

The Sculpture Trail tour begins with a video of sculptor Sandy Scott speaking about the installation of her monumental sculpture, Presidential Eagle. The app also includes numerous pieces of multimedia produced by Storm Show Studio’s Darrell Miller and Amy Goicoechea, the museum’s Director of Programs & Events. Watch Richard Loffler speak about “Buffalo Trail” or Gwynn Murrill discuss “Coyote V.” The library of video content includes interviews with esteemed artists such as Tim Shinabarger and Simon Gudgeon, plus many more.

In the official announcement from the museum they announced that “with this interpretive companion on the Sculpture Trail, sculptures and their creators come alive from every angle.”

“Cuseum is thrilled to be partnering with the National Museum of Wildlife Art to help drive visitor engagement through this new mobile app. With the National Museum of Wildlife Art mobile guide, visitors can take guided tours and learn more about works of art through rich multimedia and artist interviews.” - Brendan Ciecko, CEO & Founder of Cuseum

National Museum of Wildlife Art’s mobile app is available  at wildlifeart.org/app

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