Who of you knows best practice examples in the field of #art and #culture?
Please participate in this collection initiative!!!
In time of #COVID19 #museums need to rethink their digital strategies. Have you ever heard from #DigitalDependance ? #TalkingAboutMuseum #AudienceDevelopment have a look at: https://embassy-of-culture.com/project/digitale-dependance/
We live in turbulent – or, to be more precise – in strangely decelerated times. #MOAM – MY OPEN AIR MUSEUM – undertakes a digital-aesthetic approach to art, in times when physical distancing is actually required.
In addition to being responsible in the current situation, it is also a question of finding creative and caring ways to deal with what we are all facing now – resisting complete isolation and allowing social life to continue – using new ways. Try to be connected differently with the world (of art).
[…]”that from this point on, my concept of art is a social one, which means that we are not talking here about the traditional thing, but about the possibility of each individual human being in the social concept to be a participant in the “Social Sculpture”. And only under this condition can it be understood when I say: “Every human being is an artist.”
It’s actually quite simple: a good text on your own website, a meaningful picture – and the series opens up a horizon of expectations for the interested reader – and of course the series is advertised on their own social media channels.
++ Covid-19 & History | No. 36: Diagnosestellung III ++Die heutige Objektgeschichte für unsere Galerie "Covid-19 &…
Gepostet von Deutsches Medizinhistorisches Museum am Mittwoch, 22. April 2020
++ Covid-19 & History | No. 32: Kommunikation III ++ Gastbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Christoph Gradmann, Oslo…
Gepostet von Deutsches Medizinhistorisches Museum am Samstag, 18. April 2020