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Tag Archives: art websites
How to network in Asia: 7 social media tips for art professionals
Posted on Sunday, July 7th, 2013
Mashable, the online news source, publish 7 tips for arts professionals on building a platform online to help get the word out about their work.
Crowdsourced, web-based contemporary art projects blossom in Manila – Rappler
Posted on Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Grassroots Filipino cultural projects are using web-based social organisation and crowdfunding to support programming in Southeast Asian contemporary art and art history.
Google Art Project “goes global”: treasure trove of Asian contemporary art
Posted on Friday, April 6th, 2012
In addition to improved clarity and new capabilities, Google has also added eleven Asian museums that prominently feature contemporary art to Google Art Project.
Inadvertent publication design advice: ArtAsiaPacific art book reviews
Posted on Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
ArtAsiaPacific provides a source of design inspiration for those looking to make art books through its new “Book Blog” series, a focus on publication design and layout.
National Art Gallery Singapore offers tantalising tidbits on Southeast Asian master artists
Posted on Wednesday, May 4th, 2011
Learn more about Southeast Asian master artists with little effort. Find out how, with the click of your mouse, you can delve into National Art Gallery, Singapore’s collection.
Israeli art scene online with Omanoot.com launch – resource alert
Posted on Tuesday, February 15th, 2011
New Israeli art website Omanoot.org launched with locally produced video art and film. Founded by Edoe Cohen, work by Israeli visual artists will follow.
e-artnow new art event announcement service surfaces
Posted on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
New art promotion website e-artnow is offering a free trial that lets art exhibitors or institutions send out a first announcement free of charge. The website, similar in style to e-flux, is a kind of information service that allows you publicise art auctions, conferences and the like through email announcements sent out to an email database. We discuss the merits of this new website and compare it with similar site e-flux and other related services. Continue reading