Don’t miss two great sessions on digital pedagogies for art at CAA 2016

FORUM DISCUSSION: RETHINKING ONLINE PEDAGOGIES FOR ART HISTORY Time: 02/06/2016, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM Location: Wilson A, Mezzanine Level Chairs: Anne L. McClanan, Portland State University; Virginia G. Hall, Johns Hopkins University The Language of Art History: Building Students’ Fluency through Digital Tools Alicia Wilcox Walker Closing the 

Get the Frick Collection App and gain access to 1,000 works of art in the museum’s collection

Access information about more than 1,000 works of art in the museum’s collection. Save your favorites to enjoy offline and share, navigate the galleries with the interactive map, search and browse the collection for art and artists, and listen to audio guides about select objects. Download 

Who was Leonardo da Vinci? [quiz]

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PATRUM: The first app for an insiders look into the Vatican Museums

Download here:  Patrum is the first ever cultural institution app bringing together instant chat technology, crowdsource fundraising, and online community building is now live.  Start conversations with art lovers from all over the world, donate in just seconds to any of the artworks at the Vatican Museums 

Open-Sourcing MoMA’s Digital Vault

The New York Museum of Modern Art announced the release of Binder, a web-based, open source “application designed for overseeing and managing the active preservation of digital collections. Binder helps museum curators deal with the complexities of curating digitized and born-digital objects.