Tonatiuh López: “The mistake that museums make is wanting to create an audience; life is already created, so just deal with it”
We talk with Tonatiuh López about the Museo Arte Contemporáneo Ecatepec, a Project that occupies the public space to generate interaction with the community.
Putting Diversity into Cultural Heritage
Can cultural institutions help to redefine our heritage from a multicultural perspective?
Museums and the Web: 20 Years of Debate on Digital Transformation
Digital transformation and organizational change: towards Open Source creation and accessible contents.
The Call to Participation
The effervescence of open and participative projects in culture has allowed the increasing understanding of audiences as active subjects.
Analysing Virtual Audiences (II). Connecting and Deepening the Relationship
This is a reflection on the implementation of digital practices centred around the audience and their needs, by an analysis and a study of the audience.
What will our future memories be? Interview with Sharon Macdonald
We must break down the usual assumptions about what is held in a museum and who decides what is collected, that is, what is preserved.
2014-2015 Cultural Innovation International Prize
Videos of the dialogues with the Jury of the Cultural Innovation International Prize, in the activities "Are you public?" in the award ceremony.
Digital Strategies at Museums
We analyse some strategies that have been applied by museums and cultural centres to adapt to this new context of digital technologies.
The Digital Closing of the Public Domain
Ignasi Labastida i Juan
In the process of digitalising works, museums, libraries and archives often end up closing or limiting their use.
If it doesn’t spread, it’s dead
Overview of the ideas discussed in the book Spreadable Media. Creating value in a Networked Culture by Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford and Joshua Green (2013).
The Crisis (of museums) as Opportunity
True change is a change in attitude, not technology. We need to re-think ourselves in the new cultural context and to work on strategies for long-term change.
Analysing Virtual Audiences
It is thus necessary to be aware of how these audiences behave, in order to understand their needs and plan new projects.