A list of resources to help arts managers with technology planning, software comparison, trends analysis, best practices, and more.
This site explores the intersection of technology and arts management through articles, publications, a monthly podcast, webinars, workshops, and more. A service of the Center for Arts Management and Technology at Carnegie Mellon University.
TechAtlas has web-based tools for inventorying your technology resources, assessing your current resources and staff skills, and initiating and following through on a strategic plan.
Project Audience is focused on developing technologies to help community-wide arts service organizations become centers for cultural information and for vibrant interactions about cultural activities among audience members, artists and arts organizations.
A membership organization of nonprofit professionals who put technology to use for their causes. NTN helps organizations strategically use technology. They also convene the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference.
Idealware provides thoroughly researched, impartial and accessible resources about software to help nonprofits make smart software decisions.
Museum 2.0 explores ways that web 2.0 philosophies can be applied in museum design. These same philosophies can be applied to a wide variety of nonprofit arts organizations.
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Groupofminds assists arts and cultural groups, arts service agencies, and funders with viral arts marketing and new media technology campaigns.
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A place to capture and share ideas, experiment with and publish links about nonprofit technology, educational technology, adoption challenges, information design, visual thinking, creativity, ICT in the developing world, and much more.
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Artifax Event is venue and event management software that handles all aspects of space-related bookings and tour scheduling. It is designed to meet the specialized needs of performing arts venues, museums, visitor attractions, or festivals. A range of modules is available to extend the core Artifax Event software including Staffing, Calendar Share, Event Online, and Staffing Online.
Where's What is really useful when you have people lending equipment. It allows users to log in and search a list of available items.
Users can request to book equipment, while the system keeps track of your assets. You have an easy overview of who has what and there's even automated reminders for when people are late with returning items.