— THE APP —
Experience Hearst Castle and the people who inspired and created it with exclusive and never before seen images, stories, audio recordings and video curated by Hearst Castle’s own historians.
• Learn about William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies, and Julia Morgan
• Discover the Neptune Pool, private air strip, hidden dressing rooms, and much more
• Audio narration and text by Hearst Castle historian Victoria Kastner
• Images by Hearst Castle photographer Victoria Garagliano
• Featuring images by world-renowned photographer Trey Ratcliff
— MORE ABOUT HEARST CASTLE —
Hearst Castle is a 165-room estate that sits on 250,000 acres near the remote seaside hamlet of San Simeon, California. It was a private getaway for the elite in the 1920s through 1940s, luring Hollywood stars, powerful political leaders, and renown literary figures such as Jean Paul Getty, Bernard Shaw, Calvin Coolidge, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper, Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, and Marion Davies. It also contains one of the largest and most unique private collections that exists today.
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The ‘Ideas for Change’ app means you’ll have key details of the Vienna Biennale to hand whenever you need them. Along with addresses, opening hours and events, you’ll find information and background about the most important Changemakers – the people using their work and ideas to change Vienna and the wider world for the better.
The functions of the Ideas for Change app include:
On a map of Vienna, you’ll find the locations and opening hours of the different exhibition spaces being used during the Vienna Biennale, as well as places you can visit Changemakers to actually see where those changes are made.
Changemakers are people whose ideas are changing the world in a positive way. Let yourself be inspired by the Changemakers presented in this app. Scroll through the list of Changemakers and see for yourself just how many of their ideas are already happening. Or just shake your mobile and let yourself be surprised.
This function lets you nominate people whose ideas are changing the world in a positive way. Send us their names and write a tweet-length text message (140 characters) describing what makes this person a Changemaker. Users of the app can vote, and the nominees who receive the most votes will be crowned ‘Changemakers of the Month’ and presented in a video portrait.
When buying your ticket at the front desk of the MAK, show your smartphone with the app open. The person accompanying you to the exhibition will get their ticket free, gratis and for nothing.
This is where you can find out everything you need to know about the Vienna Biennale, including opening hours, locations and events.
T-Mobile is the Digital Content Partner of the Vienna Biennale. This is where you can find out which other projects and causes T-Mobile is supporting.
- Play Museum
Move objects in a matrix to discover the highlights of the extensive holdings of the Kunsthistorisches Museum. Play with your favourite objects and learn interesting details about the museum’s treasures.
- Share Museum
A variety of share functions allows you to share both objects and interesting special exhibitions with your friends, inviting them to enjoy the fascinating world of the museum.
- Visit Museum
The APP gives you all the information you need for your visit to the museum: everything from current special exhibitions and events to opening hours, entrance fees and details on how to get to our various collections and locations.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is one of the largest and most important museums in the world; its fascinating holdings are the result of Habsburg connoisseurship and patronage and comprise artworks spanning several millennia: from Ancient Egypt to the late 18th century.
Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”. Both at the museum and at home, you can choose from
numerous exciting sources of information on design and the applied arts in the vibrant city of Vienna
around the turn of the century.
The following are some of the MAK app’s main features:
Browse through unfamiliar territory in the MAK Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”, and you’re sure
to come across interesting surprises. Dig deeper into a topic, or move from one object to the next.
Several tours in various lengths offer detailed information on select objects from the collection, which
are discussed in personal commentaries by the curators of the MAK.
* The MAK Permanent Collection “Vienna 1900”
Curators and restorers from the MAK comment on objects in audio and video clips, provide cultural-
historical context, and talk about their work at the museum. Original photos show the locations where
the works were once positioned.
Take photos of objects that catch your eye and post them on the Pinboard to inspire other visitors. You
can also share photos with your friends and family!
* Vienna 1900 meets Comic
See some of the collection’s most-photographed objects in comics. These comics come from various
illustrators, are created regularly for the app, and are exclusively available here!
* This week at the MAK
A calendar offers you a weekly overview of current exhibitions, educational offerings, and events at the
* General information
The MAK app contains practical information for your visit, including opening hours, admission prices,
and important information about our educational offerings.
Located in the historical city center of Vienna, the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts /
Contemporary Art is one of the most important museums of its kind around the world. The museum,
which was founded in 1863, boasts a collection of over 600,000 objects in addition to the library and
archive that continues to offer an extraordinary combination of applied arts, design, architecture, and
How the app works:
You can download the app before your visit and explore the fascinating world of the applied arts at
home. When you bring your tablet with the app installed on it to the MAK, you’ll receive a discount on
admission to the museum. You can also download the app over Wi-Fi at the museum. We recommend
bringing your own headphones, but headphones are available for purchase at the museum for € 1. You
also have the option of borrowing a tablet from the museum during your visit for a fee of € 2.
An Internet connection is required in order to use the full contents of the app.
- Interaktiver Grid-Ball in 3D, über den die einzelnen Artikel angewählt werden können
- Artikel-Layout speziell an mobile Geräte angepasst
- Für Android-Smartphones und Tablets optimiert
The guide will inform you about attractions, cities, events and places to see - including all the main points of interest and some lesser known ones too - to help you make the most of your visit. Restaurants, Hotels and B&B are supplied with information, continually added and updated.
The guide is supplemented with photos and a comprehensive index of interactive maps. Favourites enable you to make our own, personal route at Moen, South Zealand and Lolland-Falster.