On May 4th I presented a MuseumDraw Tour at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC, with Rachel Ropeik, Educator at the Guggenheim, as part of Creative Tech Week NYC. It was a fabulous honor to work in such a prestigious museum and was happy that there was a great turn-out and people loved it! The most successful part was that people of all ages were able to use the technology to draw in museums and enjoyed it.
Part of my Presentation for Creative Tech Week will focus on how MuseumDraw is a Rainbow Bridge to a Better World. The following videos will demonstrate MuseumDraw highlighting World Heritage Sites. My teen Summers and part of one school year were spent in an Indian Jones fantasy live-learning history in Jerusalem's Judean foothills and exploring Ancient Israel. The archeological digs and long desert hikes to ancient sites solidified a deep foundation and is the source of my dedication to World Heritage Sites.
Excited to visit Los Angeles for the 20th Annual Museums and the Web Conference. I will be presenting my first Lightening Talk live at #MWXX. It will be the first time I share MuseumDraw with my professional community in person. I'm also excited to visit and draw some art at museums. I have my own California Dreams and they are focused on The Broad . . . .
MuseumDraw contributes to a better world. It connects people around the world with art with new technology. By drawing on new experiences, creativity, history, and identity mixed-with a supportive, inclusive social media Friend-Like-Share global community then the world becomes a better place.
Monday, March 28th, The Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens welcomed MuseumDraw to #DrawTheH, an Online Social Media Event that included two live Periscope demos. I will add the videos and several gifs created by Kate Lain at "The H" as soon as I learn how to embed them.. (I'm sure that will be very soon!)