Paige Dansinger creates traditional and digital artworks which reanimate the history of art. Creating the prototype #DrawArt mobile application in 2012, she established herself as a specialist in developing digital engagement experiences in museums and social media. She recently opened #GalleryPaige for New Media Arts in the downtown Minneapolis City Center.

Her works been included in the “Gutai Card Box” at Gutai: Splendid Playground, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in NYC, as well as performed Artist Residencies and Special Projects with Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Met Museum's Digital Media Lab, Brooklyn College, Chipstone Foundation, Worcester Art Museum, De Cordova Sculpture Park, The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, The Parthenon Reunification Colloquy at Nicholson Museum, Sydney, Museum Computer Network and Museums and the Web.

Recently in New York City presenting Digital Art and Drawing on iPads Live in the galleries with the Met Museum Digital Media Lab, attending the Games for Change Annual Festival as an “Indie Designer” and a Guest Artist using "The Pen" at the Wallpaper Immersion Gallery in the newly designed Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Paige presented at Museum Computer Network, Minneapolis, 2015. Museums and the Web, Los Angeles, (April, 2016), and forthcoming at Creative Tech Week NYC, (May, 2016)

Artist and Art Historian, Paige Dansinger, delivers this Video Presentation "Iot, New Technology, and Unconventional Social Media for Museums" as a plea to help make a better world. This is for the Museum Computer Network's Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN (2015).