CultureTech

Exploring technology-centered projects by museums and attractions

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
MCN 2021 Virtual
As MCN Virtual 2021's media partner, Jing Culture & Commerce features key learnings from the conference’s regional spotlights. Explore series

Cultural Insider

Strategies and high-level thinking by cultural organizations and leadership

Launched to coincide with an exhibition, the museum's AWAKEN podcast series served as a rich storytelling and marketing tool.
The newly published Museum of the Future: Now What? maps museological thinking on issues from sustainability to restitution.
The latest Cultural Participation Monitor recorded the pre-Omicron sentiments of audiences toward future cultural engagement.
At Jing Culture & Commerce's year-end webinar, our panelists looked back over a year of digital and creative tech developments.

Commerce

Innovative approaches to cultural commerce and revenue generation

With wenchuang dominating the local consumer market in 2021, what does the future hold for Chinese cultural IPs?
A clutch of NFT marketplaces are emerging to support museums' NFT auctions, but how should institutions approach these sales?
In partnership with The Giving Block, the institution now accepts more than 40 cryptocurrencies from bitcoin to Ether as donations.
For its latest auction, the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art tapped Fairchain to ensure artists saw royalties now and into the future.

Cultural Collaborations

Key partnerships between cultural venues and agencies

The IP-focused partnership will soon release the Dunhuang Trading Card Game, featuring AR and advanced printing technologies.
Netflix's team-up with Google Arts & Culture for its latest production signals the streamer's unflagging cultural ambitions.
The pop-up exhibition, accompanied by a WeChat Mini Program, is aimed at strengthening ties with Chinese audiences.
As part of a joint "dedication to support the arts," the partnership will award an emerging artist the annual Richard Mille Art Prize.

Events

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

January 17 - January 21
HOSTED BY The Belvedere Research Center
January 31 - February 2
HOSTED BY MuseumNext
February 1 - February 3
HOSTED BY Northeast Document Conservation Center
February 2
HOSTED BY HS Events
February 22
HOSTED BY The Digital Culture Network
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