Video games are appealing to the new generations, with consumers growing constantly. Nowadays, museums try to reinvent themselves, but might videogames be a solution to it? Video games can be forms of art, but museums can tap into the potential … Continue reading Video Games in Art Museums? (Part 2)
The first Biennale in the Metaverse, The Meta Biennale, started on 18 November. Till December 19th 2021, you can enjoy a variety of arts, connect with artists, gallerists or collectors from all over the world. The program includes discussions on … Continue reading Meta Biennale: 1 Month of Art in Metaverse
It might seem that gamers and art museums have nothing in common. Two different worlds that rarely intersect each other, says common sense. But, a new series of events organised by We Are Museums In Cooperation with the Smithsonian Presented by … Continue reading Video Games in Art Museums?
Art Gate VR Announces the Inaugural 2021 Meta Biennale in Virtual Reality. Applications are open.Anyone is eligible for participation, non-profit public or private institutions operating directly and primarily in the field of art. DEADLINE EXTENDED: November 12, 2021 Art Gate … Continue reading Meta Biennale, coming soon. OPEN CALL EXTENDED
Since 2019, Art Gate VR offers a key to artists, gallerists, curators, collectors, to be present in VR and meet new people globally in an instant.If you haven’t visited the platform, you should head over to try it out.Art Gate … Continue reading Biennale in the Metaverse. By Art Gate
Today the entire world celebrates Ballet! 2020 is a year where it’s hard to say you’re celebrating any art form. Culture and creative industries are among the most affected industries by the pandemic. However, ballet exists, develops, and must be … Continue reading World Ballet Day
Visual arts went online. We are talking about an industry who was quite conservative and tech-blind. Till, few months ago, when it started to gain huge presence and visibility online. From museums, galleries, artists, advisors, collectors, activists, everybody shows its … Continue reading Mixing Art and Tech
Art-Tech Startups Conversations. One-stop-shop for African Art: Pavillon 54 Even if still the US, China and UK dominate the art markets – largely because these richer countries count more art collectors, Art from Africa is showing a constant increase from year … Continue reading Art of Africa: Pavillon 54
At the beginning of the pandemic, a meme was largely circulated on social media in startup circles, asking who led the digital transformation in companies: CEO, CDO or COVID? Since then, we learned a lot. COVID did not make the … Continue reading Will Art speak Techish?