In AAM’s January/February 2018 issue of Museum, they shared insider tips on how museum CEOs and board chairs can work together to optimize their fundraising capability. Read on to learn how to increase your fundraising efficiency and improve the bond between your trustees, board chair, and leadership team!
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.
Like everyone, your museum or nonprofit is always looking for new ways to more effectively attract, engage, and retain your visitors, members, and patrons. Ready to give new meaning to the notion of customer loyalty? Enter… The Loyalty Loop!
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.
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.
Over the years, we’ve downloaded just about every mobile app that’s been released in the museum sector. We’ve witnessed some amazing, clean, and simple ones. We have also seen many… well, let’s just say “bloated” apps.
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.
It has been an exciting Spring season, packed with blossoming new partnerships and launches! We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the North Carolina Museum of Art’s new mobile guide!
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?
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.
What better a way to learn something new than doing it first-hand? In January, Cuseum worked closely with Johns Hopkins University’s Museum Studies Graduate Program to embark on hands-on learning collaboration. One of their core projects focused on producing mobile content and thematic tours for visitors to the San Diego Museum of Man. Students completed the program with not only deeper knowledge of new digital tools for engagement, but also tangible proof-of-concept: a mobile app in hand.
Earlier in the week we celebrated Giving Tuesday, one of the biggest days of the year for nonprofits to engage the masses to open their wallets to charitable giving. This year, over $168 million was raised as result of this global initiative. Museums around the globe made their appeal over various channels such as email campaigns, phone calls, and of course: social media.
On Tuesday night, members of the Cuseum team trotted over to Old North Church to attend the “After Hours at the Museum: Trends in Adult Programming” panel hosted by the Greater Boston Museum Educators Roundtable.