Arts Top 10: Volume 2
The Ellipsis Digital team has pulled together ten articles that caught our eye in the arts and culture space to help inform and inspire artists, arts administrators and arts aficionados alike.
On building online collections with attention to delivering a museum's or gallery's mission, and the power museums and galleries have to make us respond, to engage, to experience, to feel.
Participants in the Toronto Community Hep C Program, a partnership between multiple community health agencies, created clay sculptures for an exhibit held July 28 at the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art. The exhibit, the Face of Our Story, details artists' hepatitis C journeys through their art.
For cultural organizations experiencing a drop in attendance that is outpacing the growth of new audiences, it is common for US organizations to look at how to broaden their profiles to engage new audiences and make them regular audiences.
Artist Ivan Toth Depeña has designed an augmented reality app that allows art to appear, seemingly out of nowhere, as visual art, phrases and sounds scattered throughout Miami.
This August marks the 35th birthday of Edmonton's Fringe Theatre festival, which has made a huge impact on Canadian theatre, inspiring sixteen other Fringe festivals like it across Canada.
Capacity Interactive's 2015 digital marketing benchmark study includes data from over 130 arts organizations and insights about where these organizations are investing in digital to build community and market what they have to offer.
Running from August 11th to 20th at the Gardiner Community Arts Space, UnSpun Theatre's All The Things I've Lost questions how physical objects hold memories and how we pass on stories from generation to generation.
Ontario is launching its first Culture Strategy, which establishes goals and actions to promote participation in arts and culture, build on the sector's economic impact in communities across the province and help Ontarians tell their stories and express themselves.
The newly announced Serendipity Arts Festival will celebrate diversity in art, aiming to pull together art and culture unique to India's various geographies with a focus on performing, visual and culinary arts.
In among the excitement of the "150 Days to 150" countdown is the announcement of a new wave of community foundations accepting grant applications to the Community Fund for Canada's 150th for organizations with projects that can build community.