Headed to Boston for the MuseWeb / Museums and the Web conference? As proud Bostonians, we at Cuseum have a few local recommendations to highlight the best our city has to offer! We’ve divvied up our list into a 3 classics, 3 places near the conference center, and 3 spots that are off-the-beaten path. Check them out!
The Montalvo Art Center has now joined the growing list of Cuseum customers with their new mobile app! The Montalvo Art Center is committed to showing art of all kinds in their unique historic property.
We support the the Montalvo Art Center’s mission, “to engage the public in the creative process, acting as a catalyst for exploring the arts, unleashing creativity, and advancing different cultural and cross-cultural perspectives. We achieve our mission by creating and presenting arts of all types, nurturing artists, and using our historic property in innovative ways”. There is no better way to engage the public than by using our mobile app with new tours and maps!
We are glad the Montalvo Art Center has become part of the mobile revolution and we hope they will continue to use digital methods for further visitor engagement. Go visit them today and try our mobile app!
Try the Montalvo Art Center’s New Mobile App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/montalvo-arts-center/id1408577351
In the words of TechRadar, “It's time to ditch that clunky old audio guide.” Cuseum is featured in TechRadar for our ongoing work in helping the cultural and heritage sector embrace modern, mobile technology.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy has now joined the growing list of Cuseum customers with their new mobile app! Having a mobile app can cut down on brochure and map paper waste, so the new app is a perfect fit!
We are glad to assist them in their mission statement, “The Emerald Necklace Conservancy connects people and parks and conserves the Emerald Necklace through projects and programs to enrich the visitor experience and restore and renew the landscape, waterways and parkways. To steward the Emerald Necklace’s 1,100 acres of parkland extending from Boston’s Back Bay through Brookline and Jamaica Plain to Franklin Park in Dorchester, the conservancy works in collaboration with its partners on advocacy, maintenance and restoration, education and access, and promoting park stewardship through volunteer and youth programs.” There is no better way to enhance visitor experience than through mobile phones!
We are glad the Emerald Necklace Conservancy has become part of the mobile revolution and we hope they will continue to use digital methods for further visitor engagement. Go visit them today and try our mobile app!
We’re proud to announce that the Madison Children's Museum has launched their new digital membership cards! Cuseum is so happy that the Madison Children's Museum has a “focus on sustainability” and these new membership cards will aid in that focus.
The Madison Children's Museum believes that, “sustainable stewardship of our resources demonstrates our interconnectedness and inspires thoughtful choices.” Sustainability is one of their core values, which is further emphasized through the use of these new digital cards. Coupled with values of inclusion and play, a new digital membership solution is the perfect way to have a more interactive and inclusive means of contact.
The Madison Children's Museum has taken the initiative to ensure the planet for the next generation and we are proud to assist them in their efforts!
Is your organization looking to benefit from the conveniences of digital membership program? Schedule a free consultation with Cuseum today!
At last week’s AAM (American Alliance of Museums) Annual Conference, museum professionals from around the world gathered in St. Louis to present and exchange ideas to further the impact and evolution of the museum sector.
We recently sat down with our friends over at Estimote for a chat about mobile engagement at museums. Read on for rest of the interview!
We’re excited to announce the launch of the Perez Art Museum Miami’s new mobile guide!
After determining the type of experience you’re looking to deliver to your visitors, here comes the next part of the “beacon“ equation: where and how to install the beacons?
As beacons open up new opportunities for engaging with visitors, we want to ensure that everyone’s first experience is the best it can be. Here are a few guiding principles from your friends at Cuseum!
There is no question about it: museums and public attractions are being redefined in the digital age. Shouldn’t membership evolve as well? We are excited to announce a new product to help modernize membership practices: digital membership cards.
As the digital landscape in the museum space continues to evolve, we’re faced with the ongoing question of how to better serve the visitor. It’s sometimes difficult to navigate through the myriad options; deciphering what is merely a shiny object -vs- what is sustainable and will stand the test of time.
Where do art, tech and accessibility meet? Increasingly, in the museum. Recently, the Harvard Art Museum hosted “Museum as Teaching Lab: Experiments in Inclusive Design” – a discussion addressing how art museums can expand ideas of inclusive design and access as part of HUBweek 2016.
At Cuseum, we love museums and the community of creative and passionate people driving them forward. We recently headed to Istanbul for Communicating The Museum. With more than 300 attendees from all around the world, more than 30 talks and workshops, and the beautiful city of Istanbul as a backdrop - it’s safe to say that we left inspired and energized!