About Art Radar
Did you know that Art Radar is the only editorially independent online news source writing about contemporary art across Asia?
We conduct original research and scan global news sources to bring you the taste-changing, news-making and up-and-coming in Asian contemporary art.
Tell us what you want!Take our short online survey and tell us what you want from Art Radar. Your opinion matters to us, and we promise not to share your details with any third party. Help us to become better in 2014 Click here to take survey
Get published in 2014
The Art Radar Diploma in Art Journalism and Writing is a unique course that guarantees publication.
You'll receive one-on-one personal feedback and build a portfolio of published writing to show future employers, editors and grant distributors.
Free opportunities listings!
We're offering free opportunity listings to all of our readers. Your listing will appear here.
If you would like to advertise your opportunity to 20,000 visitors a month contact the page coordinator on email@example.com.
Tag Archives: museums and the Internet
Google+ Hangout: Changing the way we talk about art? Resource alert
Posted on Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
Forbes is currently running a series of interviews entitled “G+: The Artists’ Hangout” that explores how artists are using the video chat platform G+ Hangouts.
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.
The future of museums – short thought
Posted on Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
In this “short thought” Kate Cary Evans explores the future of museums, asking them to focus on excellence in scholarship rather than on getting people through their doors.