Provenance, or art’s history of ownership, is a growing area of discussion for museums across the world. As the Philadelphia Museum of Art so eloquently describes, “the provenance of an individual work of art sheds light on its historical, social, and economic context as well as its critical fortunes through time.”
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!
Whether you’ve gotten your mobile tour app up and running, or are brainstorming about new ways to create tour content that will be compelling to your visitors, there are various, creative ways to approach content creation – or maybe you’re still considering whether an app is the right move for your museum and are eager to know what sorts of possibilities it holds. We’re here to offer you inspiration by shedding light on the many smart strategies the organizations we work with have used to create tours. We’ll illuminate 6 ways your museum can innovate the tour experience, better showcase your organization, and cater to diverse audiences.
Toms River Seaport Society and Maritime Museum has a new app live on the Appstore, and we’re psyched to celebrate it!
Join us in congratulating Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs on the launch of their new app with Cuseum! This memorabilia-themed guide will allow visitors to take a peek behind the scenes at iconic movie props and costumes to learn about their exciting histories while discovering fun facts about the movies!
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new app from Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, powered by Cuseum! As you wander through the Museum, which was architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, the mobile app will guide you to highlights of the collection, as well as providing in-depth information on the extensive variety of artifacts.
Here’s the Official Announcement from the Andover Historical Society:
Today Andover Historical launched Virtual Andover, a new app that invites people to explore Andover’s many stories where they happened. The mobile guide to Andover’s stories is free and available for iPhone and Android devices through andoverhistorical.org/app.
Congratulations to Flamingo Gardens on the launch of their new, mobile app, in partnership with Cuseum! Offering multimedia content and exclusive digital tours of special exhibitions, the new app will give visitors a more in-depth look at the exciting animals and plants they encounter at the botanical gardens and wildlife sanctuary.
We’re proud to partner with Briscoe Western Art Museum on the launch of their new mobile app in partnership with Cuseum! The Briscoe is dedicated to celebrating the art, culture, and heritage of the American West, and the new app allows visitors to engage with the collections in new ways, through a variety of tours, artist interviews, and bonus content!
Cuseum is pleased to announce the launch of a new mobile app with the Automobile Driving Museum! With over 130 vintage and antique cars, the ADM is the perfect destination for any car enthusiast, and the behind-the-scenes information the new app provides will make the experience even more memorable!
Lyman Allyn Art Museum has launched their new mobile app with Cuseum in conjunction with the opening of the permanent collection American Perspectives! The app features tours of the galleries, as well as additional information on the works of art, a map of the museum, and the ability to comment on, share, and save your favorite works of art! It also makes use of location-based notifications, which makes it easier than easy to enjoy content.
A center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida? It’s true! Now you can experience all that Morikami Museum and Japanese Garden has to offer right in the palm of your hand with the launch of their new mobile app!
We’re excited to welcome Parrish Art Museum to the Cuseum family with the launch of their new mobile app! The app will provide visitors with a variety of self-directed tours, as well as access to the Museum’s East End Stories, which document “the dynamic history of of visual artists in the region.” It will also feature material about the remarkable architecture of the building, designed by Herzog & de Meuron.