Fictional or factual, the world of espionage has a way of captivating people. In part, the intrigue has to do with the mystique of carrying on the façade of being someone else. However, the hidden.
It’s not every day that you can be involved in delivering the world’s largest anything. That is part of what makes the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre so unique and intriguing. Designed and.
There are a lot of lessons to learn from the past. However, keeping people actively engaged can be challenging. As many museums have learned, the proper (and creative) use of audiovisual (AV).
Electrosonic was recently awarded the Commercial Integrator 2019 Best Museum Project for its extensive work on the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre (SAASCC). Electrosonic received the.
Museums are a key part of our culture. Since Electrosonic’s inception, over 55 years ago, we have worked with a wide array of museums. Whether it’s a local museum aiming to improve the visitor.
Looking for interesting ways to improve your museum’s ability to attract and engage patrons? Interested in learning (and seeing) how your peers are running their operations? If so, the 2019 AAM.
It’s easy to get drawn in by all the elaborate exhibits that the largest museums (admitted blessed with deep pocket donors) unveil. After all, they embrace the challenge of creating immersive.
Simply put, it’s a monumental mistake to overlook the power of the millennial generation. A recent Brookings Institute Study shows that at over 75 million strong, the millennials are America’s.
Depending on how one looks at it, it is both the best of times and the worst of times for museums. That’s the interesting message from a recent article in the Observer.
The Museum of the Bible opened late last year in Washington, D.C., just blocks from the National Mall and Congress. The museum has been a smash hit with the public, attracting approximately 565,000.