This application gives you all the information of the main works and museum points of interest.
It is very easy to use, connect your smartphone to the museum's wifi, install the application and now you can enjoy a new experience visiting museums!
You will have the best Tours prepared by the museum, you will see the main works, organized by time, periods or authors, so you can customize your visit depending on what you want to see.
With our indoor location system, we will guide you through the museum, taking the easiest way from work to work. And with the interactive map you will see all things you have around you in every moment.
It also offers an complete maps, general information and calendar of museum events, so you're always informed.
This first version has the information of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Soon we will add new museums .
Available at: Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, RABASF
The Gallery has a permanent collection of over 11,000 objects, which includes an unsurpassed collection of work by Emily Carr, one of Canada’s most important artists.
The Gallery is situated in the heart of Vancouver, in a heritage building that was designed by the architect Francis Rattenbury and retrofitted by Arthur Erickson in the 1980s in order to become an art museum.
It has 42,000 square feet of exhibition space on four floors and receives well over 200,000 visitors annually. The Gallery presents an ambitious program of exhibitions, engaging public programs and award-winning publications.
Enhance your experience of current exhibitions through the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Audio Guide app. This guide offers audio commentary developed by curators, artists, writers, designers and educators, about works of art in select exhibitions.
A WiFi connection is available while using the application inside the Gallery’s exhibition space.
- Audio guide tours that provide commentary on key artworks and lead visitors through select exhibitions
- Photographic documentation and descriptions of key artworks in the audio guide
- Customized favourites list that allows you to save works
- Floor plans that provide maps of select exhibitions
- Information about current exhibitions
- Special events listing with information on upcoming public programs
- Details about the Gallery’s membership program
- Visitor information that includes details on location, hours and contacts
Download audiotours for the permanent collection and the special exhibitions on your own smartphone. This App contains the complete audiotour for the museum. In addition the App provides you with visitor information.
An innovative and entertaining audioguide will from now on grow along with the collection. It tells about old favorites as well as new acquisitions. Visitors may look forward to comprehensive tours and new insights. Short and enlightening texts are not only directed at first-time visitors who may only have an hour to spare; but they also offer new interpretations and views to the large audience that likes to return to the Museum Brandhorst and to its splendid art and architecture. Der neue und offizielle Audioguide des Museums Brandhorst.
Through video and sound, our scientists will give you a greater insight into featured artifacts and specimens. Share your favorites with friends or create your own tours based on interest or theme. New objects and tours will be added on a regular basis, so there will always be something new to discover. It’s the best of The Field, now available on your mobile device.
★The paintings of fine arts can be perused smoothly quickly.
★There are a button which moves to the page of order, a fast forward button, and a music play button.
Since the tap of the screen is only carried out, a child can also use. will study history.
Please touch overseas wisdom, the way of thinking, curiosity, knowledge, culture, and imagination (creation) power.
Enjoy a highly energetic parade for the art-lover on the go.
Paintings by Renoir and Rothko, Bonnard and O'Keeffe, van Gogh and Diebenkorn are among the many stunning impressionist and modern works that fill the museum's distinctive building, which combines extensive new galleries with the family home of its founder, Duncan Phillips. The collection continues to develop with selective new acquisitions, many by contemporary artists, and the Intersections series features projects by contemporary artists, responding to art and spaces in the museum.
The Phillips Collection app lets you explore this exceptional collection of modern and contemporary art through audio tours and multimedia presentations. Visitor information, a calendar of events, and maps of the museum help you to plan your visit, navigate the collection, and learn more about the art you discover.
- Journey of Inspiration – General Tour
- American Sign Language Tour (ASL)
- Langue des signes québécoise Tour (LSQ)
Each tour features:
- Overview of each gallery
- Architectural highlights
- Exhibits description
You will also find:
- Video, images and audio content
- A Museum quiz
- Opportunities to comment and share
- Useful information such as location, hours of operation, admission fees and amenities
- Winner of the 2014/2015 Ontario Museum Association's Award of Excellence in Publications!
- Beautiful new design.
- New exhibits.
- More features.
The Sioux Lookout Community Museum, located in Northwestern Ontario, is home to a fascinating collection of artifacts and archives significant to the unique history of this area. Items in our collection include pieces that date back to the First People’s early use of local waterways 4000-7000 years ago, items such as airplane skis manufactured by the Elliott Brothers here in Sioux Lookout, traditional First Nations beadwork, clothing dating back to the late 1800’s, an authentic birch bark canoe, and many pieces related to the establishment of the railway, the gold rush days, and early industry in Sioux Lookout.
Our new app allows you to browse select exhibits! Simply download the free app and start exploring. Be sure to check out the information section for regular updates about the Museum and community events in Sioux Lookout.
• Use the app with your smartphone or tablet.
• Browse high resolution photos of artifacts and archival materials.
• Share your favorite items through email, Facebook, and Twitter.
• Information section – Stay informed of new developments with the Museum and community events.
• The app will be updated regularly with new content – check back often!
Connect with the Sioux Lookout Museum and the Municipality of Sioux Lookout!
Visit our website: http://siouxlookoutmuseum.ca
Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MunicipalitySiouxLookout
If you need assistance or have suggestions for improving our app, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At the heart of the app is a series of 16 videos that will help contextualize each exhibit area. The videos feature New York Historical staff including President and CEO Louise Mirrer and Valerie Paley, Historian for Special Projects who organized the Smith Gallery installations. Also featured in the videos are Harvard economics professor Niall Ferguson, Ken Jackson past N-YHS President and editor of the Encyclopedia of New York and artist Fred Wilson. Additional media components include a series of letters and documents from the federal period read by actors portraying several key founding fathers including George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and Gouverneur Morris. The app will also include audio descriptions and high resolution images for each of the more than 150 objects on display.
Apps are the perfect way for museums to extend the learning experience beyond someone’s 90-minute or two-hour visit. Rather than inviting a visitor to—after returning home—log onto their computer, navigate to nyhistory.org, and find the exhibition page where they can learn more about the topic or give feedback, we will provide them with an app that puts that capability in their pocket. A visitor might pull their phone out on the subway ride home, show it to a friend, or use it to plan additional trips to the New-York Historical Society for further learning opportunities.
A Companion Walking Tour
Produced in conjunction with the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust’s exhibit Emma Lazarus: Poet of Exiles, this companion mobile tour is a wonderful way to see New York through the eyes of one of its most fascinating residents, Emma Lazarus. We invite the public to walk in her footsteps and experience nineteenth-century New York in a very contemporary way.
Using excerpts from Emma’s lively correspondences and works, listeners will come to know her literary life, her social circles, and her groundbreaking message for immigrants. The tour is narrated by Julianna Margulies and includes a reading by Meryl Streep of “The New Colossus”—Emma’s famous poem at the base of the Statue of Liberty.
Once downloaded the app requires a short initial network connection (cellular or Wi-Fi) for content download. From that moment on, the app works 100% offline.
The Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre was created in 1979 by a group of Holocaust survivors with the support of members of the Jewish community and Federation CJA. Its mission is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the Holocaust, while sensitizing the public to the universal perils of antisemitism, racism, hate and indifference. The Centre operates the only Holocaust museum in Canada and is a leader in Holocaust education and remembrance.
Our Museum is located at 5151 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Rd, Montreal H3W 1M6 and is open daily, except Saturdays. To plan a visit: www.mhmc.ca
Through the fictitious family story of a former port worker, Bob Bordeleau, you will discover what was happening on various quays of the Old Port and the popular neighbourhoods from these past two centuries.
This application, sponsored by Credit Suisse, and developed by Tristan Interactive, imagineear ltd and gsmprjct for the Singapore National Heritage Board, serves as your personal multimedia guide to the exhibition with audio and images for over 65 stops and high resolution interactive maps to help navigate your way through the five sites.
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