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Proposal for Digital Solutions for See.Think.Do! at Burlington City Arts

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The slide deck from a presentation made summer 2012 to BCA, proposing digital solutions for increased engagement for their gallery education program.

The slide deck from a presentation made summer 2012 to BCA, proposing digital solutions for increased engagement for their gallery education program.

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  • 1. Using Technology to See. Think.Friday, August 17, 12 Connect... Do! gallery education at Burlington City Arts
  • 2. Water Lilies, Claude MonetFriday, August 17, 12
  • 3. Ruckus Manhattan, Red Grooms “Viewers do not stand around, hands on chins in quiet contemplation, at this exhibit. Rather they laugh and shout, get stuck in... the Woolworth Buildings revolving door, or jostle each other on the Staten Island Ferrys gangplank.” -- New York Times, September 23, 1987Friday, August 17, 12
  • 4. ...viewers take this exhibit with them when they leave... The memory of the museum figures reduces the emotional distance in the [actual] subway... -- New York Times, September 23, 1987Friday, August 17, 12
  • 5. Persistence of Memory, Salvador Dali Dimensions: 9.5 x 13 in.Friday, August 17, 12
  • 6. Retroactive I, Robert Rauschenberg Dimensions: 84 x 60 in.Friday, August 17, 12
  • 7. Value of Experiential LearningFriday, August 17, 12
  • 8. See. Think. Do!Friday, August 17, 12
  • 9. Moving the arts from short term to long term memory through multi-modality experiential learningFriday, August 17, 12
  • 10. Challenges? ...time, money, staffingFriday, August 17, 12
  • 11. Opportunity #1Friday, August 17, 12
  • 12. Use the BCA website to communicate more efficiently with potential visitorsFriday, August 17, 12
  • 13. Current web page for Gallery EducationFriday, August 17, 12
  • 14. Sample sketch of Gallery Education home pageFriday, August 17, 12
  • 15. Sample sketch of "see" pageFriday, August 17, 12
  • 16. Sample sketch of "think" pageFriday, August 17, 12
  • 17. Sample sketch of "do" pageFriday, August 17, 12
  • 18. Sample sketch of "visit" pageFriday, August 17, 12
  • 19. Opportunity #2Friday, August 17, 12
  • 20. Use mobile technology to engage and educate new audiencesFriday, August 17, 12
  • 21. “...viewers take this exhibit with them when they leave.” --New York Times, September 23, 1987Friday, August 17, 12
  • 22. AccessibilityFriday, August 17, 12
  • 23. Friday, August 17, 12
  • 24. Friday, August 17, 12
  • 25. meetsFriday, August 17, 12
  • 26. ...with a local flairFriday, August 17, 12
  • 27. Features List • rating system, builds art interest profile over time • recommendations: both regional and historical • check-in / badges: encourage/reward participation • art definitions / art history • descriptions / background information about art / artist • media-rich: audio + video • calendar of events & listing of workshops/classes • connected with other area arts organizations • builds community through integrated social mediaFriday, August 17, 12
  • 28. Using technology to connect people with art and each other...Friday, August 17, 12
  • 29. ...builds a community of artists and art loversFriday, August 17, 12