CultureTech

Exploring technology-centered projects by museums and attractions

Emerging Trends

Spotlighting what’s new and next on the cultural horizon

Reports

Bringing out the best featured insights and reports

Webinars

Discussions on the latest trends in the cultural sphere

Jing Culture Commerce Webinars

Featured Series

Spotlight coverage on new tools, strategies, movements, and events on the museum landscape.

Catherine Devine x JCC
Microsoft’s Catherine Devine shares how museums can enhance their infrastructure and programming to meet the digital moment. Explore series
Smartify x JCC
Smartify's guest series explores strategies that cultural institutions can leverage to expand their outreach and enrich their storytelling. Explore series

Cultural Insider

Strategies and high-level thinking by cultural organizations and leadership

At MCN 2021 Virtual, three Asian cultural organizations discussed new opportunities for storytelling that spans onsite and online.
Backed by a track record of innovation, including a new AR exhibition, the museum is finessing its fusion of physical and digital.
“It's not theater, it's not film, it's not TV," says the company. "It's drawing on all those disciplines and creating something really new.”
Y-Lab's digital conference, The Art of A.I., examined how the tech is recalibrating the way museums work and approach art.

Commerce

Innovative approaches to cultural commerce and revenue generation

By leveraging data and experimentation, cultural organizations can expand the reach and impact of their fundraising efforts.
The exhibition bears out the streaming giant's continued intentions to expand its IP footprint outside of the digital realm.
The platform's inaugural drop of more than 200 Hokusai NFTs demonstrates how its "positioning is focused on art institutions."
Launching the partnership is a NFT exhibition at Dream Hollywood, where visitors can view and buy limited-edition digital art.

Cultural Collaborations

Key partnerships between cultural venues and agencies

The Louvre is the latest museum to join Samsung's Art Store, enabling audiences to view and display its collection on their walls.
The upcoming holiday is seeing Western museums collaborating with local partners to whet the appetite of Chinese consumers.
Following its partnership with Alfilo Brands, this latest deal will see the museum replicating its winning IP strategy globally.
The show addresses "how Chinese artists have reflected upon the impact of outside industries and politics on China,” says LACMA.

Events

The essential calendar of webinars, meetings, art fairs, and other happenings, virtual and physical

October 18 - October 20
HOSTED BY University of Malta
October 20 - October 21
HOSTED BY Beyond Conference
October 21 - October 22
HOSTED BY Arts Marketing Association
October 21 - October 22
HOSTED BY Touring Exhibitions Group
October 28
HOSTED BY The Digital Culture Network
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